2 October 2017 - ‘Natural birth’ is the only option for many women here, and though dedicated midwives do their best, the risk of infection – and sepsis – is high.

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A memorial service is under way in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, for nine students who died on September 2nd in a fire that broke out at their dormitory in Moi Girls High School.

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Sunday, 09 October 2011 11:14

NAMIBIA: Baby Dumping Not an Option

 

The Legal Assistance Centre has called for the enactment of the Child Care and Protection Bill. Rachel Coomer, public outreach manager of the LAC's gender, research and advocacy project, says the bill would help improve the lives of children in many ways and also address the growing problem of baby dumping.

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President Jacob Zuma has urged parents and care givers to be extra vigilant and ensure their children's safety during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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Lagos — Vice Chairman of Chijindu Eze Foundation, a child advocacy foundation, Mrs Stella Dike, yesterday deplored the high incidence of child abuse in the country and pledged to eradicate the phenomenon.

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