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Statistically, a woman's chance of survival during childbirth is tied to her social economic status, access to healthcare, where she lives geographically, cultural norms. Women in developing countries have little access to family planning services, different cultural practices, have lack of information, birthing attendants, prenatal care, birth control, postnatal care, lack of access to health care and are in poverty. All these reasons lead to an increase in the Maternal Mortality Ratio. One of the international Sustainable Development Goals developed by United Nations is to improve maternal health by a targeted 70 deaths per , live births by Most models of maternal health encompass family planning, preconception and postnatal care.

All care after childbirth recovery is excluded, which includes pre-menopause and aging into old age. During childbirth, women die from severe bleeding, high blood pressure during pregnancy, delivery complications, or an unsafe abortion. Other reasons can be regional such as complications related to diseases such as malaria and AIDS during pregnancy; the younger the women is when she gives birth, the more at risk her and her baby is for complications and mortality.

There is a significant relationship between the quality of maternal services made available and the greater financial standings of a country.

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Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia exem. The catalog, which contains more than 10 million references, allows students and researcher to search for bibliographical and location information in over 3, documentation centers, it is maintained by the Bibliographic Agency for Higher Education. Official website. Audiobook An audiobook is a recording of a text being read.

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A reading of the complete text is described as "unabridged", while readings of a shorter version, or abridgement of the text are labeled as "abridged". Spoken audio has been available in schools and public libraries and to a lesser extent in music shops since the s. Many spoken word albums were made prior to the age of cassette tapes, compact discs, downloadable audio of poetry and plays rather than books, it was not until the s that the medium began to attract book retailers, book retailers started displaying audiobooks on bookshelves rather than in separate displays.

The term "talking book" came into being in the s with government programs designed for blind readers, while the term "audiobook" came into use during the s when audiocassettes began to replace records. In , the Audio Publishers Association established the term "audiobook" as the industry standard.

Spoken word recordings first became possible with the invention of the phonograph by Thomas Edison in In , a demonstration at the Royal Institution in Britain included " Hey Diddle Diddle , the Cat and the Fiddle " and a line of Tennyson's poetry thus establishing from the beginning of the technology its association with spoken literature. Many short, spoken word recordings were sold on cylinder in the late s and early s, however the round cylinders were limited to about 4 minutes each making books impractical. The organization received congressional approval for exemption from copyright and free postal distribution of talking books; the first recordings made for the Talking Books Program in included sections of the Bible.

Macdonald, a member of the New York Public Library's Women's Auxiliary, in response to an influx of inquiries from soldiers who had lost their sight in combat during World War II ; the newly passed GI Bill of Rights guaranteed a college education to all veterans, but texts were inaccessible to the blinded veterans, who did not read Braille and had little access to live readers. Macdonald mobilized the women of the Auxiliary under the motto "Education is a right, not a privilege". Members of the Auxiliary transformed the attic of the New York Public Library into a studio, recording textbooks using state-of-the-art six-inch vinyl SoundScriber phonograph discs that played 12 minutes of material per side.

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In , Macdonald established recording studios in seven additional cities across the United States. Caedmon Records was a pioneer in the audiobook business, it was the first company dedicated to selling spoken work recordings to the public and has been called the "seed" of the audiobook industry. Caedmon was formed in New York in by college graduates Barbara Marianne Roney, their first release was a collection of poems by Dylan Thomas.

The LP's B-side contained A Child's Christmas in Wales , added as an afterthought - the story was obscure and Thomas himself couldn't remember its title when asked what to use to fill up the B-side - but this recording went on to become one of his most loved works, launched Caedmon into a successful company; the original recording was a selection for the United States National Recording Registry , stating it is "credited with launching the audiobook industry in the United States".

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Caedmon used LP records, invented in , which made longer recordings more affordable and practical, however most of their works were poems and other short works, not unabridged books due to the LP's limitation of about a minute playing time. Listening Library was a pioneering company, it was one of the first to distribute children's audiobooks to schools and other special markets, including VA hospitals. It was founded by his wife in in their Red Bank, New Jersey home. Another early pioneering company was Spoken Arts founded in by Arthur Luce Klein and his wife, they produced over recordings and were best known for poetry and drama recordings used in schools and libraries.

Like Caedemon, Listening Library and Spoken Arts benefited from the new technology of LPs, but increased governmental funding for schools and libraries beginning in the s and 60s. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sylvanus Stall. Knopf, An Annotated Catalogue of the Edward C. University of Rochester Press, Vir Publishing Company — via Google Books.

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