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The forgotten women of Afghanistan

The impact of 30 years of war on the Afghan Women: The harsh realities of Maternal Mortality in Afghanistan.

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Essentials in Haitian recovery efforts: food, water and family planning services

Now is the time when family planning services and supplies are not only necessary, but essential to improving and protecting women’s health in Haiti. Access to basic, life-saving health care is a human right.

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And She Lost Her Dignity…

Nigeria has the highest obstetric fistula prevalence rates in Africa and an estimated 400, 000 to 800, 000 women suffer from fistula in Nigeria. It is common in countries with high maternal mortality rate like Nigeria; where lifetime risk of a woman dying during childbirth is 1 in 18.

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Taking Control of Our Bodies- The Enduring Issue of Maternal Mortality

Women around the world are playing their part. Are you? Way to go Burkina Faso for playing their part!

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Moving Leadership by Addressing Equality

Women in the U.S. are far better off in terms of rights; yet, the U.S. has not ratified CEDAW, a treaty that issues gender equality. While women leaders still rise out of hardships and inequality, gender equality fosters development and leadership.

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Gender: The unspoken prejudice for leadership roles

Why is she a woman first and a leader later?

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