The coverage of maternal health care services have been reviewed from the Demographic and Health Survey (IDHS) conducted in 1991, 1994 and 1997, which covered live births delivered within 5 years preceding the survey. In general the coverage of maternal health care -- during pregnancy and delivery -- have improved. According to the result of the survey, consisting of births in 1992-1997; the coverage of antenatal care has almost reached 90%, which is the target/goal of the Sixth Five Years Development (1994-1998). However, four in five births are still delivered at home and 70% deliveries are assisted by non-health professionals, comparing to the results of IDHS 1991 and 1994 the coverage of safe delivery increases slowly. A great discrepancy of safe delivery coverage was observed between urban/rural areas as well as between Java-Bali/Outer Java-Bali regions. Fifty three percent births were to mothers who got two tetanus toxoid injections during pregnancy, and 72%. were to mother with at least one tetanus toxoid injection. The discrepancy of tetanus toxoid immunization coverage between urban/rural areas as well as between Java-Bali/Outer Java-Bali regions had slightly decreased.