Women’s Health Advocates Say Slow Progress In Reducing Maternal Mortality Shows More Efforts Needed To End Preventable Deaths

The Guardian: Calls for action over maternal deaths as U.N. figures show slow recent progress
“The number of women dying in childbirth has dropped by almost 44 percent over the past 25 years, according to the latest U.N. figures. But women’s rights activists said the figures were disappointing…” (Ford, 11/12).

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