Women Must Raise Our Voices & Demand the Right to Health Care
Why do African countries lag behind most of the world in health, dying in large numbers from preventable diseases, lack of needed care during childbirth, and subject to epidemics that gain traction amid poverty? For decades, there has been lots of talk about changing that reality. A growing number of leaders, many of them women, are insisting that promises be kept.
allAfrica, 31 October 2018
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