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Table 6 Childbirth Experience and Maternal Knowledge of Newborn Care Practices

From: Essential newborn care practice at four primary health facilities in conflict affected areas of Bossaso, Somalia: a cross-sectional study

Intervention n/N Proportion (95%CI)
Recalled receiving information on newborn care from health care provider 70/174 40.2 (32.9–47.9)
Type of information received
 Keeping baby warm 1/70 1.4 (0.04–7.7)
 Vaccination 14/70 20 (11.4–31.3)
 Hygiene 5/70 7.1 (2.4–15.9)
 Dry cord care 8/70 11.4 (5.1–21.3)
 Recall receiving information from health care provider on danger signs of newborn illnessa 23/174 13.2 (8.7–19.2)
 Recall receiving information from health care provider on breastfeeding 109/174 62.6 (55.0–69.8)
Childbirth Care Satisfaction
 Overall satisfaction with services
 Somewhat or very satisfied 160/174 92.0 (86.9–95.5)
 Would return to this facility again 170/174 97.7 (94.2–99.4)
 The health worker provided your baby with the best care possible 151/174 86.8 (80.8–91.4)
  1. aDanger signs of the newborn illness: not feeding well, reduced activity, lethargic, fast breathing, fits/convulsions, fever, feels cold