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Education and urbanisation boost women's control over health shows sub-Saharan Africa study

1 month ago   |   By Oxford University

Women's ability to make decisions about their own health increased in most sub-Saharan African countries in the early years of the 21 st century, but the picture varied greatly across the region, according to new research from Oxford published today.
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