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A new Amnesty International report details how many maternal deaths could be prevented if women were given access on time to adequate health care.
Women in Burkina Faso suffer discrimination in every area of theirlives, with unequal access to education, health care and employment.
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. MEDIA ADVISORY. For Immediate Release. 25 January 2010. AI index: AFR 60/004/2010. Burkina Faso: Interim Secretary ...
PressItem AFR 60/004/2010
Maternal death can be prevented. About a year ago, AmnestyInternational Burkina Faso was starting to plan the campaign and wasalready thinking of having a caravan ...
Safiatou died while trying to reach a health centre after delivering her baby at home. Safiatou's story is one of 50 cases that Amnesty International'sresearchers ...
AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL. DIARY NOTE. 20 January 2010. AI Index: AFR 60/007/2010. Amnesty International to launch report Giving Life, Risking ...
PressItem AFR 60/007/2010
Annual Report 2013. The state of the world's human rights. Read it now ...
More than 2000 women die in Burkina Faso every year from complications of pregnancy and childbirth. Some die because they cannot reach a suitable health facility ...
Report AFR 60/001/2009
Burkina Faso: Improve maternal health in Burkina Faso [postcard]
Document AFR 60/004/2009