Mali: Making Mothers Matter
With Mali seemingly locked into a worsening internal crisis, health issues affecting women have slipped downwards on the policy agenda. That means less attention focused on maternal health, family planning and the associated risks of their neglect.
Female patients and medical workers in the maternity section at a community health centre in Mali.
- Publication Date:
- 6 June 2012
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