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Fig. 5

From: Modeling patient access to therapeutic oxytocin in Zanzibar, Tanzania

Fig. 5

a Annual oxytocin supply needed to achieve access ratio of 1 under no intervention, decreasing annual birth rate by 0.5%, increasing literacy by 2% annually, both increasing literacy by 2% annually, and decreasing birth rate by 0.5% annually. b The effect of increasing the number of EmONCs on likelihood of visiting a faculty. Our model predicts that as the number of facilities are increased, the likelihood of visiting a faculty does not substantially increase. Even when the number of women who live within 5 km is doubled from 50% to nearly 100% the increase in likelihood remains flat

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