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Table 1 Thematic framework used for understanding the maternal health care utilization of migrant women working in selected brick kilns in Faridabad, India

From: Maternal health care access among migrant women labourers in the selected brick kilns of district Faridabad, Haryana: mixed method study on equity and access

1 Reasons for migration to the place of work
1.2 Repayment of loan
1.3 Inability to earn livelihood at the place of origin
1.4 Delayed disbursement of NREGA payments
2.1 Work pattern in brick kilns
2.2 Labor intense work
2.3 Long working hours
3 Facilities available at brick kilns
4 Public health system at the place of work
5.1 Available health care
5.2 Non-utilization of public health facilities
5.3 Private health system at the place of work
6.1 Maternal health care availed by laborers
6.2 Janani Suraksha Yojana
6.3 Knowledge about emergency transport facility
7 Utilization of social service schemes
8 National health insurance coverage (RSBY)
9.1 Inability to avail maternal health care
9.2 Lack of time, and awareness
9.3 Failure of public health system in planning migrant health services
9.4 Private providers more appealing to laborers
10 Possible ways to deliver health care to migrant laborers in brick kilns
  1. NREGA- National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme; RSBY-Rashtriya Swasthya Bhima Yojana