This book investigates the utilization of delivery assistance in Ethiopia using data from the EDHS 2011. Findings reveal that there exist strong urban-rural differentials of receiving delivery assistance. Logistic regression analysis showed that place of residence , mother’s education, wealth index, religion, respondent’s age, husband/partner’s occupation are the significant determinants of receiving delivery assistance. Women’s education, place of residence, husbands’ education and Women’s age were found to be determinants of assistance during delivery. Encouraging women to complete at least secondary education and Government should ensure available maternal health care centre for providing delivery in the rural area are important to increase skilled attendance during delivery.