Namibia: Standing in Solidarity With Women

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[New Era] In many Namibian cultures, reproduction is seen as a central aspect of women's role and society expects that any women in their reproductive age should be able to give birth to a child. Moreover, women in some traditions and cultures are not woman enough if they are not able to bear children. There is indeed little or nothing in life which compares to the joy of bringing another human being into the world. However, while giving birth to a child can be jovial, some women's pregnancies do not reach term and


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