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The role of bias in how women are treated during childbirth: a Kenyan case study

By Patience Afulani, Assistant Professor, University of California, San Francisco
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Studies in poor countries have highlighted disparities in respectful and responsive care during childbirth based on women’s socioeconomic status and other characteristics.

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