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Most women did not make the recommended number of antenatal care. Female education is associated with patterns of ANC service use, that is, the higher the level of education of a mother the higher utilization pattern. Education levels in Ethiopia need to be improved.

In the sample studied, most of the women had either say when they or just primary education. Education affects maternal healthcare service use by exchanging ideas and knowledge about maternal health and attitudes toward risk prevention by using the maternal healthcare services. Improving family planning and child spacing and also since pregnancy related complications are the main reasons for utilization articles about environment health facilities, community say when they program must focus on the danger say when they surrounding pregnancy and childbirth.

Muslim women should be oriented towards modern culture and more open to accept ANC services. In addition, policies and efforts have to be put in place to create job opportunity to mothers in Ethiopia.

Increasing the economic situation of the population is a long term national objective and goes beyond the responsibility of the Ministry of Health. Nevertheless, the Ministry of Health could align its plan of actions to meet the objectives of the poverty reduction strategy and of the Ethiopian vision 2025.

Good management systems could ensure maximization of the current capacity to deliver better health care services. Provide supportive supervision and monitoring of TBAs post training, help them publicize their improved skills and receive compensation for their services.

Priority training for female skilled delivery attendants. Health facilities should be implementing comprehensive service delivery approach and that the services time should be expanded to the whole working hours.

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