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Bangladesh 'Golden Girls' Guard Maternal Safety

Monday, January 19, 2015

In Bangladesh only 27 percent of pregnant women have access to highly trained birth attendants. These teen volunteers are trained to meet pregnant women in their communities and connect them to the most basic medical resources and information.

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