Celma Eleana Yenmina Muñoz Salinas, Alexis Vladimir Muñoz Salinas, Patricia Ivonne Chávez Rivas, Juan Braulio Gonzales Franco.

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.472-480

Peru, Cuba, Paraguay and Argentina have implemented programs to provide comprehensive maternal neonatal health and reduce maternal mortality. The objective of the research is to make known the quality of the spending of the Maternal Neonatal Health Program (PPSMN) through the search for articles on maternal health and the spending allocated to different countries such as Paraguay, Argentina and Cuba, to make a comparison. with Peru. Eleven articles were chosen from the Scielo, Scopus, Google scholar, Redalyc, DOAJ, Science Direct, Latindex, CrossRef and IRIS PAHO databases, published between 2017 and 2021 written in English or Spanish with free access. Concluding that, in recent years, the budget allocated to the PPSMN has increased, no major changes are seen in the maternal mortality rate, and even more so with the arrival of the pandemic, which has revealed the deficient and precarious health system that owns the country.

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