Government expert reveal how thousands of Nigerian women groan with fistula
04 August 2018 | 12:30 pm
Government expert reveal how thousands of Nigerian women groan with fistula. Thousands of women (many of whom are very young) suffer from obstetric fistula in Nigeria, and have remained without care.
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