Maternity leave for women in developing countries is still a massive problem, with many women in informal sectors not receiving adequate cover.
The increasingly disjointed nature of life in urban slums means there’s no network of family support for mothers who want to work.
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Drumming therapy can help to reduce anger and tension and increase a sense of wellbeing.
Unintended pregnancies and abortions in Nigeria could be reduced if myths are dispelled and young women have the right information.
Success hinges on a number of key factors, ranging from government buy-in to harnessing the support of traditional leaders and civil society.
With a new donor on board, Bhekisisa will be covering the continent's health issues at source – their new website launches today!
With its expansion to the rest Africa, the Bhekisisa health reporting team is growing.
Vaccines take centre stage in times of crisis but outside of public health emergencies they do not always get the attention they deserve.
Although the scheme's white paper was released at an economically uncertain time, it brings possibilities to those in need.
SA society continues to betray traumatised young women who spiral into a life of drugs and abuse.
Increasing access to health services will prevent many mothers and newborn babies from dying.
SA’s disability allowance eases the financial and emotional burden of people with tuberculosis.
Reducing maternal and newborn mortality has to be a priority if Africa is to reach its potential.
Universal healthcare schemes traditionally have been met with fierce opposition.