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Beautiful scenery along China’s Grand CanalMost migrant mothers deliver children in hospitals(Xinhua)    09:40, July 06, 2014Email|Print|Comments      twitter    facebook    Sina Microblog    reddit    Increases the bookmarkdiggGoogleDeliciousbuzzfriendfeedLinkedindiigostumbleuponQzoneQQ MicroblogAbout 95 percent of migrant mothers in China had their children delivered in hospital in 2012, according to a report issued by the National Health and Family Planning Commission on Saturday.The commission estimated that the number of married migrant women of child-bearing age topped 63 million in that year.About 70 percent of migrant mothers chose to deliver their children in the place where they were working and living, the report said.To help this most under-privileged group, China provides in-hospital delivery subsidies for rural women, a project that has made a significant contribution to reducing maternal deaths and neonatal tetanus.According to Chinas official statistics, its migrant population hit 236 million in 2012, meaning there was one migrant citizen per six Chinese.In recent years, the Chinese government has intensified its efforts to enhance its health services for the migrant population.(Editor:Gao Yinan、Bianji)Related readingChildren rejoin migrant parents in summer breakLife at the construction siteDaughter reunites with birth mother after 25 yearsChinas young migrant workers better educated: reportStitching small dreams in a big cityPhoto story: Caring mother feeds daughter mouth to mouth for 22 yearsGovt to give public better access to low-price drugsIs family farm a way of Chinas future agricultural development?China invests 3 trillion yuan in healthcareIn pictures: Qinghais public kindergartens for migrant workers kidsWe RecommendFeatured hutongs in Beijing
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