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UN report points to yawning gap of inequality in sexual and reproductive health worldwide

  • An African woman has a 130 times higher likelihood of dying from pregnancy complications compared to those in Europe or North America, per a U.N. Population fund report.
  • The UNFPA's "State of World Population" report highlights nearly 500 maternal deaths in crisis-stricken countries and increased risks for women of African descent in the Americas.
  • The U.N. Fund acknowledged that global strides in sexual and reproductive health inequalities have left many women and girls underserved based on factors like ethnicity and region.
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