Ghanaian clinic encourages dads to attend post natal care
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Getting husbands to join their wives for postnatal services was a tricky task for clinics. But one clinic in northern Ghana has found a way - and it's yielding results!
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Too little choice, too few hours, and little political will to change the status quo is forcing mothers in Germany to either work part-time or not at all, often against their wishes. The same cannot be said for fathers.
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Dads Unplugged is a thought-provoking and eye-opening documentary series that delves into the journey of fathers as they transition into fatherhood. In Nigeria, where approximately 225 women lose their lives every day due to pregnancy-related complications, there is an urgent need for a fresh perspective. It is also a round table style that offers an honest and open exploration of the emotional journey of fatherhood, from conception to newborn care and beyond.
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Born in South Africa during apartheid, Pretty Yende grew up singing hymns with her grandmother on the way to church. This past May she dazzled Westminster Abbey at the coronation of King Charles, cementing her status as one of the world's most sought-after sopranos. Yende says her journey is proof that nothing is impossible.
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