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Provide Prenatal Care in Nepal
In Achham, Nepal, 90% of births happen at home without trained healthcare providers, and 3/100 women are at risk of dying from preventable pregnancy-related causes. Just $15 provides the salary for a midwife and supplies for 25 women to receive prenatal visits.
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