Kamla was born in a remote Indian village Where conflicts between Maoists and government are long and lasting Villagers live in fear No basic healthcare, bad transportation, The instability worsens the problems No choices, childbirth is always at home – she was no exception
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Bijapur, Chhattisgarh, India
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What did you do today(Oct 6)?
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South Sudan- It sounds like a place stricken by a biblical plague- disease after unimaginable disease, all come to rest in one pitiful region of a vast African country.
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Dear friends,
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My first journey to Africa was on 8th May, the plane landed safely in Nairobi international airport after 10 hours flight from Brussels. The next morning, I took another flight to Juba, the capital in South Sudan. The plane flew through a huge piece of green flat land of South Sudan.
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