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South Sudanese Women Choose Family Planning

Half the Sky Movement

In war-ravaged South Sudan, where the average woman has seven children and the maternal mortality rate is the highest in the world, a new health system is being built with the help of international aid organizations. Family planning charity Marie Stopes International started programs in South Sudan’s three southern states, areas with the lowest contraceptive availability rates in the world, to enable women to manage the size of their families.

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