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Love, Labor, Loss: A film on obstetric fistula in Niger
Lisa Russell
United StatesGALLERYCONVERSATION
This issue symbolizes the lack of prioritizations of women’s rights to health and safe motherhood. Considered one...
The film is in many ways a film by, with and for women – directed and produced by women, profiling stories about women living with fistula, and collaborating with women artists and women leaders from the UN and NGO communities to educate, inspire and mobilize new audiences around global women’s health.

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