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2 July 2014
Gadagadei village, in the state of Odisha, is inhabited by Juangs, one of a number of tribal groups in India that are counted as being particularly vulnerable.
It is remote, surrounded by forests, and has poor communication and
transport links. With limited access to services, Gadagadei village –
and many others like it – has suffered the death of newborns and mothers
who might otherwise have been saved, writes Dr Audrey Prost (UCL Institute for Global Health) in The Conversation.
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