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Table 2 Transport options available based on the CLIP baseline census and facility assessment

From: Seasonal variation in geographical access to maternal health services in regions of southern Mozambique

Facility level Transport options N % Most likely mode of transport
Community to PHC Number of households that do not own private cars 35,368 69.8 Most women will either
1. Walk to PHC (based on 70% not having personal transport)
2. Use public transport to PHC (based on 72% having access to transport funds)
Number of households with a bicycle 10,521 20.8
Number of households with a motorbike 972 1.9
Number of households with a boat 87 0.2
Number of households with a car 2847 5.6
Number of households with other forms of transport 784 1.5
Number of households where pregnant women have access to money for transport 36,648 72.4
Number of households that reported that they would get transport help from neighbors or family 6787 13.4
PHC to SHF PHCs with functional ambulance or other vehicle for emergency 2 4.0 Most women are likely to be driven from primary to secondary facilities
PHCs with transport for patients referred to another facility 43 93.0%
PHCs with access to an ambulance or other vehicle from another facility 44 96.0%
SHF to THF SHFs with functional ambulance or other vehicle for emergency 7 100.0% Most women are likely to be driven from secondary to tertiary facilities