Resolving to allow each member state to take care of the issue separately.

Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2006 Advisory Table Kaiser and Company Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. African Union adopts reproductive wellness rights policy African Union wellness ministers conference in Maputo, Mozambique, last week adopted an insurance plan framework to handle sexual and reproductive health insurance and rights but didn’t agree on how exactly to address the issue of unsafe abortions, resolving to allow each member state to take care of the issue separately, Lilongwe’s Chronicle/AllAfrica.com reports. Thomas Bisika – – head of the A.U.’s Division of Health, HIV/AIDS, Nourishment, Other Related Infection Diseases and Human population in the Division of Sociable Affairs – – said all member countries agreed that the majority of the maternal deaths in Africa derive from unsafe abortions.

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