South Asia: Women of the World - Laws and Policies Affecting their Reproductive Lives
Source:Center for Reproductive Rights
The first extensive examination of laws and policies that influence women’s reproductive health in five countries of the region: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Submitted on Sun, 06/20/2004 - 23:00
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