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21 June 2011

Too few midwives

A report presented during a midwives' conference in Durban paints a gloomy picture about the state of midwifery in 58 developing countries.

A report presented during a midwives' conference in Durban paints a gloomy picture about the state of midwifery in 58 developing countries.

The study surveyed 58 developing countries and found 38 of them were in dire need of more midwives.

 
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