Women

Algeria
Cases of women abused by their Husbands and disowned by their families are prevalent in the Algerian Society in which the male sex is thought superior mainly in Islamic circles.


Royal Wedding article from Al Jazeera’s wedding correspondent

The architecture of maternal death

Namibia: Baby-dumping rates soar among school girls

When a mother’s voice soothes a baby

Women equality and rights still a challenge in Africa

Miss Zimbabwe pageant, an uncomfortable political event


Sierra Leone youth call for an end to Female Genital Mutilation

Senegalese traditional dance, sex or pornography?

Kate Middleton: An unlikely class warrior

African women farmers, an untapped goldmine

Uganda court says dowry for brides is legal

The Black woman’s new look

International Donors Must Fund Female-Controlled HIV Prevention Gel

Endometriosis: A mystery pain and the female sexual organ

Why Good Governance Matters More in Africa Than Aid

Uganda: Shocking numbers of underage girls give birth on streets

The bright spots of Millenium Development Goals in Africa

Iron deficiency connected to Vegetarian diet?

Women beware of wood dust

Medically assisted procreation on the rise

Treating vulva infections or vulvitis

The ‘long walk’ to equality for African women

Africa’s women turn 50

Miss Black Connecticut Crowned Miss Black USA® 2010 in the Nation’s Capital

A call for sex workers’ rights in Africa

Ethiopia: U.S. foreign policy and unsafe abortion in Africa

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