Abuja declaration calls for action against hazardous traditional practices.

Newsl Inter Afr Comm Tradit Pract Affect Health Women Child. 1990 May;(9):13-4. Abuja declaration calls for action against hazardous traditional practices. [No authors listed] ABSTRACT PIP: The UN Economic Commission for Africa organized a conference in Abuja, Nigeria, last November to review the “Role of Women in Africa in the 1990s” as a follow-up ofContinue reading “Abuja declaration calls for action against hazardous traditional practices.”

In Uganda, elders work with the UN to safeguard women’s health.

UN Chron. 1999;36(1):31. In Uganda, elders work with the UN to safeguard women’s health. Eliah E ABSTRACT This article reports on the 1998 UN population award that was given to Uganda’s Sabiny Elders Association (SEA) for its work in combatting female circumcision (FC) among the Sabiny people in Eastern Uganda’s Kapchorwa district. The elders aimedContinue reading “In Uganda, elders work with the UN to safeguard women’s health.”