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A woman in South Sudan has a one in seven chance of dying in childbirth. Joy Mukaire, executive director of the Christian Health Association of Sudan (CHAS), shares her perspective on why so many women are dying and what can be done to address the high maternal mortality rate in the nation in the latest addition to CCIH's Voices from the Global South series. 
According to Mukaire, there are a number of factors keeping women from planning pregnancies at times that would be optimal for their health, a critical strategy in reducing maternal deaths. | Read the story
Last Updated ( Monday, 29 July 2013 18:54 )