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13 July, 2012 Abra sits quietly as she remembers the journey of her life. For 24 years, she has known suffering and great emotional pain. One day and one event changed the course of her life for over two decades. On that day, many years ago, Abra went into labor. It was her fifth child, and she had managed all...
19 June, 2012 UNFPA Representative Suzanne Maiga, Côte d’Ivoire’s Minister of Health and AIDS, Prof. Thérèse N’Dri-Yoman, and the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, Mr. Surh Sung-Yol, signed the agreement in February. The project will run from May to April 2014 and is timely for the fistula survivors who have...
14 May, 2012 My mother was a remarkable woman. A great entrepreneur, and an excellent wife to my father, who was a schoolteacher, she managed her own small business sourcing fruits and gave birth to eight children: four boys and four girls. She was born in 1924, she was strong—and she was an inspiration. Every...

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Labor of Love: Ending Fistula in Mozambique
Labor of Love: Ending Fistula in Mozambique
Living with Fistula: The Untold Stories
Living with Fistula: The Untold Stories
Suffering in silence: Obstetric fistula in Asia
Suffering in silence: Obstetric fistula in Asia