Facilitator: Susana Ku
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Countries in Latin America and Caribbean have had sustained advances reducing inequalities in interventions related to reproductive health, maternal, infant and neonatal health. However, 20% of the extreme poor population, is still unattended and the need of better plan of actions is needed to improve equity, which constitutes a red flag when overcoming the 2030 agenda for the sustainable development goals.
Objectives: To define the effectiveness of the intervention of Midwives in the First Level of Health Care (APS)
Conclusions: In the First Level of Care, the presence of qualified personnel, in conjunction with active appointments and a major frequency and time of midwifery care, has provided significant improvements in First Level of Care, through PAP test, Breast exams, gynecology appointments; this constitutes more inclusive systems to this vulnerable population.
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