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Gender relations and women’s reproductive health in South Sudan

S. Kane, M. Dieleman, et al.

In South Sudan, women disproportionately bear the burden of morbidity and mortality related to sexual and reproductive health, with a maternal mortality ratio of 789 deaths per 100,000 live births

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