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| Disha Shetty

Assam’s World-Famous Tea Gardens Are Deadly For Pregnant Women

Bilasi Urau (left), 32, a worker in Assam’s tea plantations, is afraid to get pregnant. “We all know someone who has died during pregnancy, and the situation makes me feel that it is better not…

| Nicole Tung

Uncertain labor: Central Africa’s maternal mortality crisis

By Olivier Laurent and Nicole Tung Jeanine was sitting in the middle of the road in Birlo, a village just outside of Bangui, Central African Republic’s capital. The 39-year-old woman, who suffers from mental and physical disabilities, was…

| Jill Filipovic, Nichole Sobecki

‘I Can No Longer Continue to Live Here’ What’s driving so many Honduran women to the U.S. border? The reality is worse than you’ve heard.

Jill Filipovic is an Arizona State University Future of War fellow at New America. This project was supported by the International Women’s Media Foundation. TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras — In a small town tucked in the hills outside…

| Allison Yarrow

One Hospital’s Plan to Reduce C-sections: Communicate

There might be fewer unneeded cesarean sections if doctors learned to keep mothers informed at every stage of labor. Kelsey Mooseker holding one of her babies in the operating room after delivery. Twyla Ellis/Maple Hollow…

| Erica Hellerstein

Some say Argentina is in the midst of a feminist revolution. Activists are gaining ground in the fight to legalize abortion.

Last year, an abortion legalization bill nearly passed Congress. Tuesday, a new bill is being introduced. Tejiendo Feminismos (Weaving Feminisms) is a weaving group that aims to acknowledge and honor women and girls who have…

| Ema O’Connor, Jessica Bal

Inside The San Diego Church Where ICE And Border Patrol Bring Pregnant Women

For years, ICE and Border Patrol dropped off pregnant women at Christ Ministry Center. Now, as a record number of families are overwhelming the border, the church is overcrowded and being shut down. Immigrants sleep…

| Saskia Houttuin

I feel alive again’: prosthetics and hope In Central African Republic

A worker constructs a polyethylene splint at the Physical Rehabilitation Project in Bangui, Central African Republic. Photograph: Will Baxter A clinic making artificial limbs in CAR – the country’s only centre of its kind –…

| Saskia Houttuin, Nicole Tung

De kinderen in de Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek zijn juist trots op hun soldatentijd

Christophere (l) en Stevia (r) voor het huisje van hun oma Rosalie. © Nicole Tung In de Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek (CAR) zijn 13.000 kindsoldaten bevrijd uit de handen van rebellengroepen. Organisaties helpen deze kinderen met reïntegreren…

| Saskia Houttuin

Protheses geven het leven in de Centraal Afrikaanse Republiek weer wat kleur

Exaucé Bagaza neemt zijn eerste stapjes. © Saskia Houttuin Mensen met amputaties staan in de Centraal-Afrikaanse Republiek onderaan de maatschappelijke ladder. Een kliniek probeert het bestaan voor hen iets leefbaarder te maken. Exaucé Bagaza (5)…