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Can Rwanda’s New Abortion Law Make Access Safer?

Although Rwandan women take up many leadership and economic roles, their reproductive choices are still bound by church and state

Illustration: Angela Chilufya

BBethany, whose name has been changed to protect her identity, was 20 years old when she first went to a health center to get a pregnancy test. She had missed her…




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Sarita Santoshini

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Independent Journalist reporting on human rights, development and gender. IWMF, IRP Media, and Bitch Media fellow.

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