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Nepal’s family planning clinics feel the force of Trump’s global gag rule

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Brutal cuts to US-funded reproductive health services threaten to throw progress in the south Asian country into sharp reverseDevendra Amgai lost his job in November. The 42-year-old public health professional was working in one of Nepal’s more remote districts, distributing contraceptives to women.The project was proving successful. With little alternative access to medicines or healthcare, local women were seeking out the clinic in ever-increasing numbers. Continue reading…

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Author : Rojita Adhikari in Kathmandu

Publish date : 2019-09-28 08:00:09

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