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Victora CG, Barros AJ, Axelson H, Bhutta ZA, Chopra M, Franca GV, et al. How changes in coverage affect equity in maternal and child health interventions in 35 Countdown to 2015 countries: an analysis of national surveys. Lancet. 2012;380:1149-56.

  1. Ali SM, Ali SM, Ali AO, Faulkner S, Gon G, Graham WJ, et al. Improving maternal and newborn health in Zanzibar: a needs assessment of IPC and Wash across maternity units. London: Water Aid UK, 2015.
  2. Alkenbrack S, Chaitkin M, Zeng W, Couture T, Sharma S. Did Equity of Reproductive and Maternal Health Service Coverage Increase during the MDG Era? An Analysis of Trends and Determinants across 74 Low- and Middle-Income Countries. PLoS ONE. 2015;10(9):e0134905.
  3. Barros AJD, Victora CG. Measuring Coverage in MNCH: Determining and interpreting inequalities in coverage of maternal, newborn, and child health interventions. PLoS Med. 2013;10(5):119-27
  4. Benova L, Campbell OMR, Ploubidis GB. A mediation approach to understanding socio-economic inequalities in maternal health-seeking behaviours in Egypt. Bmc Health Services Research. 2015;15.
  5. Benova L, Campbell OMR, Sholkamy H, Ploubidis GB. Socio-economic factors associated with maternal health-seeking behaviours among women from poor households in rural Egypt. International journal for equity in health. 2014;13.
  6. Bhutta ZA, Baker SK. Premature abandonment of global vitamin A supplementation programmes is not prudent! International Journal of Epidemiology. 2015;44(1):297-99.
  7. Bhutta ZA, Black RE. Global maternal, newborn, and child health--so near and yet so far. N Engl J Med. 2013;369(23):2226-35.
  8. Bhutta ZA, Chopra M. The Countdown for 2015: what lies ahead? Lancet. 2012;380(9848):1125-7.
  9. Bhutta ZA, Das JK, Bahl R, Lawn JE, Salam RA, Paul VK, et al. Can available interventions end preventable deaths in mothers, newborn babies, and stillbirths, and at what cost? The Lancet. 2014;384(9940):347-70.
  10. Bhutta ZA, Das JK, Rizvi A, Gaffey MF, Walker N, Horton S, et al. Evidence-based interventions for improvement of maternal and child nutrition: what can be done and at what cost? Lancet. 2013;382(9890):452-77.
  11. Bhutta ZA, Das JK, Walker N, Rizvi A, Campbell H, Rudan I, et al. Childhood Pneumonia and Diarrhoea 2 Interventions to address deaths from childhood pneumonia and diarrhoea equitably: what works and at what cost? Lancet. 2013;381(9875):1417-29.
  12. Bhutta ZA, Das JK. Global Burden of Childhood Diarrhea and Pneumonia: What Can and Should Be Done? Pediatrics. 2013;131(4):634-6.
  13. Bhutta ZA, Hafeez A, Rizvi A, Ali N, Khan A, Ahmad F, et al. Reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health in Pakistan: challenges and opportunities. Lancet. 2013;381(9884):2207-18.
  14. Bhutta ZA. Child mortality in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: challenges and opportunities. Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal. 2013;19(2):104-6.
  15. Boerma T, AbouZahr C, Evans D, Evans T. Monitoring Intervention Coverage in the Context of Universal Health Coverage. Plos Medicine. 2014;11(9).
  16. Bondi FS, Runsewe-Abiodun TI. Trends in perinatal health indices in the Amajuba District, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, 1990 - 2012. South African Journal of Child Health. 2015;9(1):9-13.
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  18. Brearley L, Eggers R, Steinglass R, Vandelaer J. Applying an equity lens in the Decade of Vaccines. Vaccine. 2013;31:B103-B7.
  19. Bryce J, Victora CG, Black RE. The unfinished agenda in child survival. Lancet. 2013;382(9897):1049-59.
  20. Callaghan-Koru J, Nonyane B, Guenther T, Sitrin D, Ligowe R, Chimbalanga E, et al. Contribution of community-based newborn health promotion to reducing inequities in healthy newborn care practices and knowledge: evidence of improvement from a three-district pilot program in Malawi. BMC Public Health. 2013;13(1):1052.
  21. Casanovas MD, Lutter CK, Mangasaryan N, Mwadime R, Hajeebhoy N, Aguilar AM, et al. Multi-sectoral interventions for healthy growth. Matern Child Nutr. 2013;9:46-57.
  22. Channon AAR. Urban Inequalities in antenatal care and facility birth for 33 countries: evolution over time Southampton University of Southampton; 2013.
  23. Colson KE, Dwyer-Lindgren L, Achoki T, Fullman N, Schneider M, Mulenga P, et al. Benchmarking health system performance across districts in Zambia: a systematic analysis of levels and trends in key maternal and child health interventions from 1990 to 2010. Bmc Medicine. 2015;13.
  24. Corsi DJ, Neuman M, Finlay J, Subramanian SV. Demographic and health surveys: a profile. International Journal of Epidemiology. 2012;41(6):1602-13.
  25. Crockett M, Avery L, Blanchard J. PRogram science—a framework for improving global maternal, newborn, and child health. JAMA Pediatrics. 2015;169(4):305-6.
  26. Darmstadt GL, Kinney MV, Chopra M, Cousens S, Kak L, Paul VK, et al. Who has been caring for the baby? Lancet. 2014;384(9938):174-88.
  27. Denno DM, Hoopes AJ, Chandra-Mouli V. Effective strategies to provide adolescent sexual and reproductive health services and to increase demand and community support. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2015;56(1):S22-S41.
  28. Graham WJ, McCaw-Binns A, Munjanja S. Translating Coverage Gains into Health Gains for All Women and Children: The Quality Care Opportunity. PLoS Med. 2013;10(1).
  29. Gram L, Soremekun S, ten Asbroek A, Manu A, O'Leary M, Hill Z, et al. Socio-economic determinants and inequities in coverage and timeliness of early childhood immunisation in rural Ghana. Tropical Medicine & International Health. 2014:2-10.
  30. Homer CSE, Friberg IK, Dias MAB, Ten Hoope-Bender P, Sandall J, Speciale AM, et al. The projected effect of scaling up midwifery. Lancet. 2014;384(9948):1146-57.
  31. Hosseinpoor AR, Bergen N, Koller T, Prasad A, Schlotheuber A, Valentine N, et al. El monitoreo orientado a la equidad en el contexto de la cobertura universal de salud. Rev Panam Salud Publica. 2014;38(1).
  32. Hosseinpoor AR, Bergen N, Koller T, Prasad A, Schlotheuber A, Valentine N, et al. Equity-Oriented Monitoring in the Context of Universal Health Coverage. Plos Medicine. 2014;11(9).
  33. Hunter BM, Requejo JH, Pope I, Daelmans B, Murray SF. National health policy-makers' views on the clarity and utility of Countdown to 2015 country profiles and reports: findings from two exploratory qualitative studies. Health Res Policy Syst. 2014;12.
  34. Kraft AD, Nguyen KH, Jimenez-Soto E, Hodge A. Stagnant Neonatal Mortality and Persistent Health Inequality in Middle-Income Countries: A Case Study of the Philippines. Plos One. 2013;8(1).
  35. Maika A, Mittinty MN, Brinkman S, Harper S, Satriawan E, Lynch JW. Changes in socioeconomic inequality in Indonesian children's cognitive function from 2000 to 2007: a decomposition analysis. PLoS One. 2013;8(10):e78809.
  36. Maruthappu M, Ng KYB, Williams C, Atun R, Zeltner T. Government health care spending and child mortality. Pediatrics. 2015;135(4):E887-E94.
  37. McKinnon B, Harper S, Kaufman JS, Bergevin Y. Socioeconomic inequality in neonatal mortality in countries of low and middle income: a multicountry analysis. Lancet Global Health. 2014;2(3):e165-e73.
  38. Metcalf CJE, Tatem A, Bjornstad ON, Lessler J, O'Reilly K, Takahashi S, et al. Transport networks and inequities in vaccination: remoteness shapes measles vaccine coverage and prospects for elimination across Africa. Epidemiology and Infection. 2015;143(7):1457-66.
  39. Moraes ACF, Lacerda MB, Moreno LA, Horta BL, Carvalho HB. Prevalence of high blood pressure in 122,053 adolescents: a systematic review and meta-regression. Medicine. 2014;93(27).
  40. Musafili A, Essén B, Baribwira C, Binagwaho A, Persson L-Å, Selling KE. Trends and social differentials in child mortality in Rwanda 1990–2010: results from three demographic and health surveys. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health. 2015:1-7.
  41. Neal S, Channon AA, Carter S, Falkingham J. Universal health care and equity: evidence of maternal health based on an analysis of demographic and household survey data. International journal for equity in health. 2015;14.
  42. Panter-Brick C, Eggerman M, Tomlinson M. How might global health master deadly sins and strive for greater virtues? Global health action. 2014;7:23411.
  43. Powell-Jackson T, Macleod D, Benova L, Lynch C, Campbell OMR. The role of the private sector in the provision of antenatal care: a study of Demographic and Health Surveys from 46 low- and middle-income countries. Tropical Medicine & International Health. 2015;20(2):230-9.
  44. Prinja S, Jeyashree K, Rana S, Sharma A, Kumar R. Wealth related inequalities in self reported morbidity: positional objectivity or epidemiological transition? Indian Journal of Medical Research. 2015;141:438-45.
  45. Rai RK. Tracking women and children in a Continuum of Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, and Child Healthcare (RMNCH) in India. Journal of Epidemiology and Global Health. 2014.
  46. Requejo J, Victora CG, Bryce J. Data Resource Profile: Countdown to 2015: Maternal, Newborn and Child Survival. International Journal of Epidemiology. 2014.
  47. Ridde V, Agier I, Jahn A, Mueller O, Tiendrebeogo J, Ye M, et al. The impact of user fee removal policies on household out-of-pocket spending: evidence against the inverse equity hypothesis from a population based study in Burkina Faso. European Journal of Health Economics. 2015;16(1):55-64.
  48. Rodney AM, Hill PS. Achieving equity within universal health coverage: a narrative review of progress and resources for measuring success. International journal for equity in health. 2014;13.
  49. Ruhago G, Ngalesoni FN, Norheim OF. Addressing inequity to achieve the maternal and child health millennium development goals: looking beyond averages. BMC Public Health. 2012;12.
  50. Singh PK, Kumar C, Rai RK, Singh L. Factors associated with maternal healthcare services utilization in nine high focus states in India: a multilevel analysis based on 14 385 communities in 292 districts. Health Policy and Planning. 2014;29(5):542-59.
  51. Singh PK, Rai RK, Kumar C. Equity in maternal, newborn, and child health care coverage in India. Global health action. 2013;6:22217.
  52. Sissoko D, Trottier H, Malvy D, Johri M. The influence of compositional and contextual factors on non-receipt of basic vaccines among children of 12-23-month old in India: a multilevel analysis. Plos One. 2014;9(9).
  53. Skaftun EK, Ali M, Norheim OF. Understanding inequalities in child health in Ethiopia: health achievements are improving in the period 2000-2011. Plos One. 2014;9(8).
  54. Spangler SA, Barry D, Sibley LM. An Evaluation of Equitable Access to a Community-Based Maternal and Newborn Health Program in Rural Ethiopia. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2014;59(s1):S101-S9.
  55. Spangler SA, Barry D, Sibley LM. An Evaluation of Equitable Access to a Community-Based Maternal and Newborn Health Program in Rural Ethiopia. Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 2014;59(s1):S101-S9.
  56. Stenberg K, Axelson H, Sheehan P, Anderson I, Gülmezoglu AM, Temmerman M, et al. Advancing social and economic development by investing in women's and children's health: a new Global Investment Framework. Lancet. 2013.
  57. Storeng KT, Béhague DP. Evidence-based advocacy and the recon?guration of rights language in safe motherhood discourse. In: Mold A, Reubi D, editors. Health Rights in Global Context. New York: Routledge; 2013.
  58. Turkmani S, Currie S, Mungia J, Assefi N, Rahmanzai AJ, Azfar P, et al. ‘Midwives are the backbone of our health system’: Lessons from Afghanistan to guide expansion of midwifery in challenging settings. Midwifery. 2013(0).
  59. Umukoro N. Poverty and Social Protection in Nigeria. Journal of Developing Societies. 2013;29(3):305-22.
  60. Victora CG, Barros AJD, Axelson H, Bhutta ZA, Chopra M, Franca GV, et al. How changes in coverage affect equity in maternal and child health interventions in 35 Countdown to 2015 countries: an analysis of national surveys. Lancet. 2012;380:1149-56.
  61. Victora CG, Barros AJD, Malpica-Llanos T, Walker N. How within-country inequalities and co-coverage may affect LiST estimates of lives saved by scaling up interventions. BMC Public Health. 2013;13(Suppl 3):S24.
  62. Wagstaff A, Bredenkamp C, Buisman LR. Progress Toward the Health MDGs: Are the Poor Being Left Behind? . Washington, DC: World Bank; 2014.
  63. Were WM, Daelmans B, Bhutta Z, Duke T, Bahl R, Boschi-Pinto C, et al. Childrens health priorities and interventions. BMJ. 2015;351.