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by Navita DeviPoor condition of road keeps ambulance service from reaching pregnant women in Bihar. Women are forced to give birth at home in the absence of a trained health professional. Navita Devi Reports from, Bablabanna village, Katihar district, Bihar. This series on community monitoring ofmaternal health in India is supported by Oxfam India.
by Video VolunteersHaving a baby in a remote village of eastern Bihar in India means being pregnant with anxiety and a sense of helplessness. Without access access to health infrastructure to monitor pregnancies and provisions for emergency care, it is a life threatening situation for both the mother and the unborn child . In cases of abortions, women who approach state-run [...]
by Video VolunteersIn a tiny village in India’s northeast Jharkhand province, some 250 people gathered in an open area for an unusual treat: a video. Unusual, because it wasn’t some Bollywood glitz completely alien to their reality; they were watching a homemade movie about their own community, starring some of the people present in the [...]
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