Article published in Göteborgsposten
24 August 2017
By Kimani Chege
Photos: Migwa Nthiga
Kenya. Kenya is one of the countries in the world with high mortality rates for women and children. Although the situation has steadily improved since 2004, still 510 of 100 000 women die in childbirth, according to the UN.
Grace Gathigia luckily wasn’t among them. She became a mother six weeks ago.
“It’s not easy being pregnant in an informal settlement. I’m glad I survived and gave birth to a healthy child in a clinic, and then received continuous care from local health care workers. Some of the women pregnant at the same time as me lost their children during pregnancy, or shortly thereafter”, she says.
Full article (in Swedish) here: http://www.gp.se/nyheter/v%C3%A4rlden/app-r%C3%A4ddar-kvinnor-och-barns-liv-i-nairobis-slum-1.4565884