Population
  • Women of reproductive age (women 15-49)
  • Pregnant women regardless of age
  • Postpartum women (birth to 42 days postpartum)
  • Mothers of children 5 years or younger
  • Newborns (1-28 days)
  • Infants (29 days to under 1 year)
  • Children (1 year to under 10 years)*
Concepts
  • Preconception care defined by World Health Organization (WHO) as “the provision of biomedical, behavioral, and social health interventions before conception occurs”[@51298]
  • Reproductive health defined by the United States National Library of Medicine (NLM) as the state of optimal female reproductive system functioning in the absence of disease, disorders, or deficiencies
  • Maternal health defined by NLM as the health of women during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period
  • Newborn health defined as the physical and mental wellness of individuals under or equal to 28 days of age
  • Infant health defined as the physical and mental wellness of individuals under 1 year of age
  • Child health defined as the physical and mental wellness of individuals under 10 years of age
Context
  • Ethiopian studies†
  • Time from 1946 to 2018‡