Maternal health matters have dominated many forums in the world for over a long period of time. Regardless of various initiatives put in place to address maternal mortality/morbidity, very little progress has been made in this area especially in Kenya and other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. Authoritative sources indicate that millions of women in developing countries continue to experience life threatening and other serious health problems related to pregnancy and/or childbirth as nearly 99 percent of maternal deaths occur to women in developing countries. Given the intricate relationship between utilization of maternal health care services and reduction of maternal mortality, understanding determinants of utilization of these services is a crucial step towards reduction of maternal morbidity and mortality. This book provides practical evidence based information useful to academicians and researchers interested in maternal health. Further, the book can be used as reference material by managers to design program interventions geared towards promotion of maternal health.