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For a woman in Malawi, there’s a one-in-36 chance of dying in her lifetime during birth or in the late stages of pregnancy, which are 58 times greater odds of death than for a woman in United States.

Malawi has one of the highest maternal death rates in the world, even though it has made great strides in the last decade. There’s a one-in-36 chance of dying during childbirth or in the late stages of pregnancy. Read more»