Reuters spoke with Natalie Imbruglia about her mission to help prevent fistula, a crippling childbirth injury that affects at least 2 million women. After agonizing days in labor without medical assistance women in poor countries suffer tissue damage, lose their babies and are left with chronic incontinence. Often they are ostracised by their husband, family and community. “It just should not be happening, that women cannot safely have a child in this day and age,” Imbruglia said. “How can you not be compelled to want to draw attention to this issue?” Read more.
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