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Operational Research

Engaging maternal health cadres like community midwives is key to promoting the safe use of labour-inducing drugs. © Caroline Hopkinson/MSF
L’implication des professionnels de la santé maternelle tels que les sages-femmes communautaires est essentielle pour promouvoir l’utilisation correcte des médicaments qui déclenchent le travail. Pakistan. Décembre 2018. © Caroline Hopkinson/MSF

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