Dora Nginza abortion clinic debacle sparks crisis

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The  closure of the abortion facility at Dora Nginza Hospital — triggered by nurses allegedly demanding to be paid to carry out the procedure — is placing additional strain on already overburdened state facilities in the Bay.

With only four state centres in the metro carrying out abortions, the  Dora Nginza  debacle has shone a light on inadequate facilities and a grim social situation where women are forced  to queue every day to terminate their pregnancies...

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