Maternal Mortality is elemental indicator of Public Health. The 5th Millennium Developmental Goal (MDG) was designed to improve the health quality of women during reproductive life. In 2008, Hogan and associates conducted a major study to analyze the global growth towards the goal but the study explained that the global annual reduction is insufficient to reach till the target. However, nearly 30% of the developing world will achieve the goal but remaining countries in South Asia and Sub Saharan Africa who are major contributors have not progressed remarkably and the burden of Maternal Death may remain after 2015. Additionally, the study highlighted key issues regarding global data collection discrepancies which are always chief barriers in bringing unbiased analysis abut maternal health. Furthermore, Bick and Sandell stated that if data collection will not be improved then in 2015 or after, the assessment would be difficult to judge exact progress to achieve any goal even the 5th MDG. So, the research proposal will state barriers in data collection of maternal deaths and will give a brief idea about the innovative, reliable and sustainable model to record accurate maternal deaths in developing world. However, the process of research will be an extensive work and will involve various developing countries and stakeholders within the hospitals. The aim is to establish the accessibility to this model during the second year of research to various data recorder across the globe and the pilot study will explain further alterations to run the model in the developing world. The paper will give an overview of the innovative model which may be the future tool to overcome data scarcity in the field of maternal health.
Keywords: Maternal Mortality, Millennium Development Goal, Developing Countries, Data Collection.