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| Anna-Catherine Brigida, Cristina Baussan

Honduras strict abortion law: Women judged no matter the verdict

Honduran women accused of having abortions – even if not convicted – face years of stigmatisation. A woman carries a bucket containing water collected from the rain in her house in Yaurawila, La Mosquitia region,…

| Anna-Catherine Brigida, Cristina Baussan

The informal networks resisting Honduras’s abortion ban

Through hotlines and clinics, activists and health experts are trying to change the stigma associated with abortion. Ana Padilla, 28, took an abortion pill to prevent an unwanted pregnancy when she was 22-years-old [Cristina Baussan/Al…

| Anna-Catherine Brigida, Cristina Baussan

Honduran women demand protocol for survivors of sex abuse

Debate over the morning-after pill has prevented the adoption of crucial guidelines for attending to sex abuse survivors Activists from the group Yo No Quiero Ser Violada (I Don”t Want to be Raped) hold one…

| Anna-Catherine Brigida, Cristina Baussan

In Honduras, women fight for access to the morning-after pill

By Anna-Catherine Brigida Photography by Cristina Baussan The morning-after pill has been banned for 10 years. Honduran groups are demanding access and working to change stigma. Graffiti in favour of the morning-after pill is seen…

| Raksha Kumar

India’s Female Addicts Battle Gender Bias, Social Stigma, Poverty

Although women attend rehabilitation centres, they are at risk of relapse because of family, social and work pressures. An Indian woman in New Delhi smokes a crude form of heroin. NGOs estimate India has 7…

| Zahra Moloo

UN peacekeepers in the DRC no longer trusted to protect

Young South Sudanese have been meeting every month to clean the capital Juba. The environmental movement is a creative protest against civil conflict and unites people from warring tribes. Local people have lost faith in…

| Molly McCluskey

DR Congo Faces Food Insecurity Despite Aid

In war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, aid is not turning into food security – leaving populations close to famine. Bureaucracy can lead to food sitting in warehouses while local communities face hunger [Molly McCluskey/Al Jazeera]Goma,…

| Ali Rae, Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Digging up the dead in El Salvador to find the truth

As a forensic archaeologist, Israel Ticas has solved more than 500 homicide and missing persons cases. Editor’s note: This article contains graphic images.   San Salvador, Salvador – When Israel Ticas isn’t in the field, he is…

| Ali Rae, Elizabeth Melimopoulos

Saving the traditional midwife in Guatemala

https://www.iwmf.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Midwives-SMALL_1.mp4   For centuries midwives in rural Guatemala have played a key role in delivering babies despite the numerous challenges. Chiquirichapa, Guatemala- Antonina Sanchez Mendez vividly remembers the first time she delivered a baby. The only…