Slow progress to reproductive rights
- MALI: VERY HIGH CHILDBIRTH MORTALITY AND MORBIDITY. // Women's International Network News;Spring2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p41
Reports on the mortality and morbidity related to pregnancy and childbirth in Mali, according to the Center for Reproductive Rights. Role of poor health-care infrastructure in the occurrence of maternal mortality; Implication of maternal death ratio on women's rights; Percentage of women who...
- Insulin-resistant gravidas have more birth/pregnancy problems. // Contemporary OB/GYN;Aug2008, Vol. 53 Issue 8, p14
The article focuses on a study on the impact of high degrees of insulin resistance in women on the rate of pregnancy and birth complications. It references a study by Weerapan Khovidhunkit and colleagues, presented at the 90th Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society in June 2008. It relates the...
- TANZANIA eastern African conference on reproductive and sexual health. // Off Our Backs;2008, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p4
Information about the conference regarding reproductive and sexual health, which was held on June 23, 2008 in Arusha, Tanzania, is presented. The main goal of the symposium was to discuss how to implement the Maputo Plan of Action. In connection, the event was organized by the Eastern African...
- LGBT Reproductive Rights. Anderson, Kelly // Off Our Backs;2006, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p44
An excerpt from an interview with women's rights advocate Carmen Vasquez conducted by Kelly Anderson for the Voices of Feminism Project at the Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts is presented.
- EMPOWERING THE CITIZEN-CONSUMER: STRIVING TO REDUCE MATERNAL DEATHS AND MORBIDITY IN PAKISTAN. Henry, Paul; Caldwell, Marylouice // Advances in Consumer Research;2007, Vol. 34, p10
Information is offered about a film presented at the ACR 2006 Film Festival at the Advances in Consumer Research North American Conference. Topics from the videography "Empowering the Citizen-Consumer: Striving to Reduce Maternal Deaths and Morbidity in Pakistan" relate to public obstetric and...
- FECUNDAÃ§ÃƒO ARTIFICIAL: O (NÃƒO) ECLIPSE DA MÃƒE. Joaquim, Teresa // Sociologia, Problemas e PrÃ¡ticas;Jan-Abr2006, Issue 50, p153
The article focuses on the practice of artificial fertilization in Europe. It is reported that there is a big cultural difference between Portugal and Italy than between Portugal and the France or the U.S. There is a difference between the lines of inquiry of social movements and of the feminist...
- RESOURCES FROM THE ARROW SRHR KNOWLEDGE SHARING CENTRE. // ARROWs for Change;2015, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p20
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- Perceptions medicales et populaires dans la prevention des difficultes maternelles en milieu... Barry, Mamadou Cellou // African Studies Review;Dec2000, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p1
Discusses differences between professional and popular perception concerning the identification and prevention of birthing difficulties among the rural Peul in Guinea. Factors influencing the progress of the pregnancy and labor and the prevention of birthing difficulties; Health professionals'...
- Life as a new principal. Gillespie, Aran // Pulse;5/6/2002, Vol. 62 Issue 18, p51
Presents an article on the anxiety over the birth of a baby and the complications affecting the mother. Failure of the birth induction; Diagnosis of acute renal failure in the mother; Abdominal surgery of the baby. INSET: How bad got worse.