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As Zimbabweans abandon traditional beliefs, more are seeking mental health services, overwhelming an already underfunded and understaffed system.
The United Nations and other advocates call for more support around the often taboo topic of menstruation in Mongolia's schools. In the meantime, girls are devising their own solutions.
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Broken-down radiotherapy machines and a shortage of oncologists delay critical treatment for ailing Zimbabweans.
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