Sexual health in East Asia: it's a matter of life and death

Every year, close to 13,000 women die of causes related to pregnancy and childbirth in the ASEAN region Image: REUTERS/Erik de Castro

Yoriko Yasukawa

Senior Adviser to the Rector, University for Peace


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