In the province of Ratanakiri in Cambodia, indigenous communities have begun to campaign for more culturally appropriate and easily accessible maternal health services. This initiative follows action-based research conducted by Health Unlimited, a British NGO working in the area. The research analysed the range of barriers and facilitating factors that define the access of indigenous women to publicly provided maternal health services. The research captured the views and experience not only of the women themselves, but of health providers.
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