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24 February, 2012 The Worldwide Fistula Fund (WFF) recently opened a new obstetric fistula treatment hospital in Danja, Niger. The dedication ceremony was attended by the Minister of Health of Niger, Professor C.O. Onyebuchi Chukwu, who cut the ribbon to open the clinic and spent time encouraging patients to stay...
23 February, 2012 More than 500 projects and initiatives were originally submitted and a total of 125 projects in five different categories have been selected and nominated for Women Deliver 50—the top 50 inspiring ideas and solutions that deliver for girls and women. These 125 will now be narrowed down to only 50...
6 February, 2012 The story of Meena Chaudhary, a 24-year-old Nepali who lived with fistula for five years before receiving treatment, is not uncommon in Nepal. After obstructed labor, Meena developed fistula. Constantly leaking urine, she couldn’t step outside and was confined to a separate quarter in her own house...

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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