Staff shortages, a lack of supplies, an inability to fulfil operational costs, or limited access have rendered half of Yemen’s health institutions inoperable. Those who are still on the run confront significant shortages of medicine, equipment, and personnel, putting their lives in jeopardy.
The epidemic has only made matters worse, with around 15% of the health-care system devoted to COVID-19 patients. Maternal and child health services are provided by only 20% of operating health facilities.
One of the best ways to promote a healthy birth is to have a healthy pregnancy. Getting prenatal care early and on a regular basis increases the chances of a healthy pregnancy.
Pre-Pregnancy and prenatal care can help women avoid difficulties and learn about crucial steps they can take to safeguard their baby and have a successful pregnancy. Women who receive regular prenatal care can reduce the risk of pregnancy complications, reduce the fetus’s and infant’s risk for complication and help ensure the medications women take are safe.