President Joyce Banda: New Focus on Women's Health and Empowerment in Malawi

From Face of Malawi Thu Jan 10 2013, 05:38:46

When Joyce Banda unexpectedly ascended to the presidency of Malawi last April, after the death of President Mutharika, many in her country and around the world wondered what her impact would be as Malawi's first female president. Among the many challenges, her government faces high rates of maternal mortality, high total fertility rates, and high [...]

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