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


Ugandan women appeal to Museveni over sex and boreholes

Liya Kebede on the silver screen with Waris Dirie

Ruder Finn’s Travel Practice EVP Gail Moaney Named Among Top Twenty-Five Influential Black Women in Business

Africa: Cleaning out armies’ ranks to protect women

DRC: Prostitutes claim their rights

Women Around The World Urged To Come Together And’ Join Me On The Bridge’ On March 8th 2010

UN Envoy lauds Nigeria for enhancing women’s role in peacekeeping missions

Burundi: Female ex-combatants picking up the pieces

Zimbabwe crisis: Constitutional reform and elections delayed as women protest

South Sudan launches Sudan Household Health Survey

Women, key MDG actors, should be empowered!

Uganda police save underage Sudanese from forced marriage, mother on the run

London: Beauty pageant, scam, disenchantment

Sudan Trouser woman: "I may not return to Sudan"

Gender Experts Urged to Recommit to Improving the Lives of African Women

Sex, Rock and High Heels

Uganda first lady urges men to embrace family planning

Michelle Obama on Mr. Right

Black Women prone to deadlier breast cancer than White counterparts

Battered men in Morocco shy away from shame

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