The training is part of the UNFPA End fistula campaign.

The training is part of the UNFPA End fistula campaign, a global campaign, over 40 countries more than 40 countries, is to fistula by 2015 to eliminate.

‘Prevention is the centerpiece of the campaign,’Stewart said, adding: ‘In the long run, prevention also includes fight against the underlying social and economic inequalities through efforts to promote women’s and girls focused, enhancing their life opportunities and delaying marriage and birth. ‘.. In addition to training is UNFPA experts Juba to visit for two days, meeting with health authorities and health care providers, -tance of prevention of fistulas, UN News Service reports emphasized.By courtesy of you can use the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy is see Reports, search the archives or sign up for mail infeed on emperors Daily Health policy coverage strongly supports imperial network. A free service from of The Henry J. Releases. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.

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