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Traditional birth attendants seek more inclusion in modern healthcare delivery

By TVC News Nigeria
11 August 2019   |   6:19 am
Despite advances in modern healthcare, Traditional Birth Attendants (TBA) have continued to be heavily utilized in rural communities in Nigeria.

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