May 14, 2010 / The Lancet by Samuel Loewenberg

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May 14, 2010 / The Lancet by Samuel Loewenberg

Growing up in the mountain village of San Juan Quiahije, in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, Maricela Zurita Cruz saw from an early age the special health burdens that affect women there.

May 12, 2010 / Untold Stories by The Edge of Joy, Dawn Sinclair Shapiro

In the U.S. 1 in 4,800 women die in childbirth. In Nigeria it is 1 in 18.

May 5, 2010 / Untold Stories by Hanna Ingber

Hanna Ingber Win, for the Pulitzer Center Dibrugarh, India

May 4, 2010 / C-NES by Nathalie Applewhite

The Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research is featuring Hanna Ingber Win's reporting on maternal mortality in India. Below is an excerpt from C-NES website:

May 4, 2010 / Untold Stories by Hanna Ingber

One night in late March, about 24 weeks into her pregnancy, Sulekha Lohar woke feeling ill. Sharing a bed with her husband and two young sons, she felt her chest pounding and her legs swell. She...

May 3, 2010 / Huffington Post by Nathalie Applewhite

The Huffington Post has featured Hanna Ingber Win's blog post on maternal mortality in India titled, "India: Three Wives, 10 Kids Is Enough."

May 3, 2010 / Untold Stories by Hanna Ingber

The air crackles as a team of medical staff and crew walk across a peanut field, lugging a big generator from their boat into a village of 850 people. Near a collection of thatchroof homes, the crew...

April 28, 2010 / Maternal Mortality Daily by Nathalie Applewhite

Kate Mitchell of the the Maternal Health task force mentions Hanna Ingber's "India Casts a Light on Mothers Long in the Dark" and Samuel Loewenberg's "The struggle for health in Chiapas" in her blo

April 26, 2010 / Untold Stories by Hanna Ingber

After a couple hours of cruising down the Brahmaputra River, the boat clinic arrives at a desolate mud bank. A fisherman nearby dips his pole into the water and pulls up a large net. Two community...

April 22, 2010 / Untold Stories by Hanna Ingber

We load up in an SUV and make our way through the streets of Guwahati. It is raining, and much of this major city in northeastern India is flooded. Cars, men pedaling rickshaws and our SUV slowly...

April 21, 2010 / AOL News by Samuel Loewenberg

Among dozens of other brightly dressed women, Eugenia Urbina has been waiting on the stairs of the main hospital in this central Chiapas town for nearly two hours.