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The common reason for the mother to die was puerperal fever (or childbed fever) which was caused by unhygienic medical staff and medical equipment by which the mother’s genital tract is infected during childbirth.

It was the physician Ignaz Semmelweis who first noticed the link between hygiene and the survival of mothers in the middle of the 19th century.

This means every 100th to 200th birth led to the mother’s death.

Since women gave birth much more often than today the death of the mother was a tragic but not uncommon tragedy.

The risk of women dying during child birth is declining around the world as the following visualisation shows.

In this visualization you can explore the data estimated by UN agencies.

This decrease appears to be driven by the death of the mother: the post-death decrease in school participation to be 9.3 percentage points and the pre-death decrease to be 6.5 percentage points.

Beegle and Adhvaryu (2012) find that in Zimbabwe, female double-orphans (girls that have lost both parents) are 13 percentage points less likely to be enrolled in school than non-orphans.



We see the decline in Finland over the course of the 2nd half of the 19th century.publishes Trends in maternal mortality: 1990 to 2015. According to the report the data comes from several sources.In the best cases data from the civil registration systems were used directly to calculate the estimates of maternal mortality rates (MMRs).This changed over the last century and today most rich countries have a maternal mortality ratio of 10 deaths per 100,000 births – the countries with the lowest maternal mortality reached a level of around 1% of the death rate in the 19th century.


The countries that achieved the lowest maternal mortality rate are Finland, Greece, Iceland, and Poland. The 100-fold decline of maternal mortality is due to the modern scientific understanding of the cause of maternal mortality and the adoption of practices which appear surprisingly simple in hindsight.Childbed fever (puerperal sepsis) was a common cause for maternal mortality.


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