USAID Helps Women Living With Fistula Through Treatment, Prevention Initiatives

USAID/Medium: For These Women, Survival Is Just the Start
Mary Ellen Stanton, senior maternal health adviser at USAID, discusses the individual and community impacts of obstetric fistula, and how “USAID has invested more than $128 million to support fistula patients since 2004, restoring dignity to women’s lives and strengthening fistula prevention” (3/20).

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