Background: Caesarean section is a major obstetric intervention for saving lives of women and their newborns from pregnancy- and childbirth-related complications. C-Section rate is considered an important indicator for measuring obstetric services in any country, region, or institution. In many countries, based on population, all-cause C-Section rates have increased steadily during the past half century. The high and rising C-Section rate is certainly a cause for concern, and evidence-based information is needed as to how or why the C-Sect ion rate has increased and what needs to be done. In this study, we tried to demonstrate how the Robson Classification can be used as a common starting point to audit caesarean deliveries.