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1. UN Migiro Urges Boost In Donor Funding To Improve Maternal And Child Health
  Monday, October 01, 2007  
  Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro has called on donor nations to keep their development aid promises, citing the lack of funding as a major reason for the slow progress in reducing maternal and child mortality.
 
2. Society for Women and AIDS in Africa
  Monday, September 03, 2007  
  SWAA is the only pan-African women's organization dedicated to women and their families in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
 
3. More Women Dying Preventable Deaths
  Friday, July 20, 2007  
  "I began walking when I felt contractions. I delivered on the roadside five kilometres from the hospital," says the 22-year-old Veronica Joseph.
 
4. Fair's Fair - Health Inequalities and Equity in Tanzania
  Tuesday, April 24, 2007  
  Inequalities in health outcomes and health care are important. From a 'rights' perspective, health policies should seek to narrow inequalities and provide equal health care for equal need. From an 'economic' perspective, health care resources are more efficiently used if they are directed towards the groups that need them most.
 
5. Obstetric Fistula: Ending the Silence, Easing the Suffering
  Monday, April 16, 2007  
  Obstetric fistula is a devastating
medical condition consisting of
an abnormal opening between
the vagina and the bladder or
rectum - resulting from unrelieved
obstructed labor.
 
6. Uzoefu wa maskini kwenye maswala ya afya
  Thursday, March 08, 2007  
  Inequalities in health outcomes and health care are important. Form a 'rights' perspective, health policies should seek to narrow inequalities and provide equal health care for equal need. From an 'economic' perspective, health care resources are more efficiently used if they are directed towards the groups that need them most.
 
7. Painful Periods
  Friday, August 04, 2006  
  Period pains medically known as the dysmenorrheal are cramping abdominal pains experienced during, and sometimes just before, a woman’s monthly period. They affect many women at some time in their lives. Usually they are not a sign of serious underlying problem and can be treated with self help methods.
 
8. African Women Confront Bush's AIDS Policy
  Monday, May 08, 2006  
  Thanks largely to the work of African public-health and social-justice advocates like Rebecca, growing numbers of people around the world know that sub-Saharan Africa is the epicenter of the AIDS pandemic.
 

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