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A mother with her baby in Juba, South Sudan in February 2018. The hospital that cares for this woman and her newborn daughter is the only one in all Juba, the capital of South Sudan, which has a maternity area of ​​only five beds. According to UNICEF, in this African country, one of the poorest in the world, only 9 percent of children are born with the assistance of a healthcare professional, and one in every 26 dies during childbirth or days after.  (Photo by Stefanie Glinski / AFP) Photo used under CC BY
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