I'm thinking of Aravind’s „eye camps“ in India, which are a great example how to bring health care service to rural India. The same concept can be applied to improve maternal health in remote areas. Aravind’s eye clinic provides basic tools for diagnosis as well as advanced satellite-linked telemedicine trucks that travel regularly to remote locations, perform eye exams, teach eye care and identify people who may require surgery. Using the telemedicine trucks, the doctors back in Aravind’s hospitals participate in decisions and make diagnosis when needed.
Similarly “Mom-To-Be Camps” can be organized periodically, where women could be registered, examined, re-examined, taught about pregnancy and birth. If required they could be sent for advanced diagnostic services to the nearest hospitals.