fredag 10. januar 2014

To Lower Maternal Deaths, India Urged to Reconsider Role of Midwives

In over 40 years as a dai, as traditional midwives are known in India, Ms. Saira helped deliver scores of babies in this village of 6,500, which has a predominantly Muslim population, armed with a basin of hot water, a blade to cut the umbilical cord and her bare hands. Read more