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Letter to Señora Magister Midori Musme Cristina De Habich

Señora Magister Midori Musme Cristina De Habich Ministerio de Salud (MINSA) April 11, 2014 H.E. Minister De Habich: We write to welcome your recent statements to Congress and to the press that the ministry will adopt…
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For years now, women’s groups in Southern Africa have campaigned tirelessly to ensure that the Southern African Development Community adopt the Protocol on Gender and Development. Yesterday, the SADC finally took that historic step. Member states will be…
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Summit Leaders Should Act on Equality for Women

(Johannesburg) - Southern African leaders should adopt the proposed Gender and Development Protocol at their upcoming summit after amending it to include crucial provisions deleted in 2007, Human Rights Watch said today. One of the most important…
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Government Obstacles, Misinformation Impede Access

(Lima) - The Peruvian government's deliberate refusal to streamline procedures and approve guidelines for legal abortion is endangering the lives and health of women and girls who are often forced to use unsafe solutions for risky pregnancies, Human…
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My Rights, and My Right to Know Lack of Access to Therapeutic Abortion in Peru I. Summary and Key Recommendations II. Methodology III. Background Maternal mortality and morbidity in Peru …
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It's been a long time since the days of back-alley abortions in the U.S. Perhaps that's why South Dakota Gov. Michael Rounds signed into law a ban against abortion in his state, with one narrow exception: protecting the life of the pregnant woman.…
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The bodies of Peruvian women are used as battle fields in the war against the basic right to reproductive health. Since 2001, All human beings have a right to the highest attainable standard of health, including reproductive health. In 1994, the…