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Many people, especially women die because of the lack of health services in remote areas. Having the medicines, supplies and facilities, provided free of charge at district hospitals is helping to save lives.
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UNFPA, received a contribution of USD 500,000 from the Republic of Korea to improve access to lifesaving maternal health services for vulnerable women and girls.
Khetam being treated at a UNFPA-supported fistula facility in Sana'a ©UNFPA Yemen
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Khetam got a fistula when she was only 16 years old. Months after her marriage, her newborn died due to difficult labor. Her birth lasted for three days.

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