News on Obstetric fistula

24 Janvier 2010
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Obstetric fistula, associated with incontinence and social isolation, is hardly glamorous. But two African beauty queens – Miss Ghana@50 and Miss Liberia 2009 – are using their glamour and recognition to raise awareness... Lire plus
16 Août 2010
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GABU, Guinea Bissau – One of the first people to greet Catarina Furtado here was an infant named in her honour. Baby Catarina was the first infant delivered by Caesarean section at the surgical unit that Ms. Furtado, a... Lire plus
22 Février 2010
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DAR-ES-SALAAM, Tanzania — Yuko Arimori, an Olympic marathon medalist from Japan came to Tanzania to participate in the Ekiden Run for Peace in the heart of Ulyankulu Settlement for Burundian refugees. The event was... Lire plus
11 Septembre 2009
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NAIROBI, Kenya — Though political instability, violence and chaos surround them, surgeons and backup teams dedicated to ending the misery of obstetric fistula continue their work in Somalia. The gratitude of their... Lire plus
19 Octobre 2004
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Khartoum, Sudan—The midday sun in this desert capital is merciless. Nevertheless, a handful of women endure the hundred-degree heat by sharing the sparse shade of a few trees in the courtyard of the Dr. Abbo Fistula... Lire plus
16 Juin 2009
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The devastation of obstetric fistula affects some 2 million women across the developing world, with approximately 50,000 to 100,000 new cases occurring every year. UNFPA’s Campaign to End Fistula aims to eliminate this... Lire plus
25 Février 2005
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KATSINA, Nigeria—For Dr. Gloria Esegbona, participating in the “Fistula Fortnight” is like coming home. The 30-year-old obstetric gynaecologist was born in Britain to Nigerian parents and is one of four international... Lire plus
21 Février 2005
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KANO, Nigeria— Fatima was 14-years-old when she married. Soon after, she fell pregnant. “I was in labour for six days,” said Fatima, who eventually gave birth to a stillborn baby. “For six days I did not pass stool or... Lire plus
9 Septembre 2005
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N’DJAMENA, Chad—Four years ago, Jamia Kalaroun lost her baby. After labouring unsuccessfully at home for more than four days, she gave birth to a stillborn infant and suffered a devastating fistula injury. Her first... Lire plus
30 Mai 2005
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In January 2004, millions of Americans tuned in to the Oprah Winfrey Show and learned of a little-known childbearing injury called obstetric fistula. One Seattle-based viewer – profoundly moved by the broadcast – felt... Lire plus

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