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Indigenous Midwifery and Birth in Equador

A look at present day birth rituals and rights birth

Amelia Reeves

on 21 September 2009

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Transcript of Indigenous Midwifery and Birth in Equador

Indigenous Midwifery and Birth in Equador Traditional health care providers are not being replaced and the younger generations are involved more in "modern" health care. Majority of Ecuadorians live in Urban areas but still a large population of Indigenous people in the lowlands and highlands
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