Gender Inequality

This is what we can learn from Gambia about rising temperatures and premature births

Higher temperatures are linked to an increase in premature births and babies born underweight. Image: REUTERS/Rogan Ward

Nellie Peyton

Journalist, Reuters Foundation

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An on-site check up. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton
In about 30% of the women, Bonell said, she has seen signs of foetal distress. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton
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