In 2006, six countries it was forbidden. ‘ ‘Decide to Catholics for the Right ‘) feminist groups and a civil organization of Catholic women in these countries are fighting for the decriminalization of abortion. Or religious reasons. With the conservative positions of institutions, organizations and even health care professionals, who sometimes abortion legislation abortion legislation for ethical or religious reasons.. Currently, although none of the 53 countries on the African continent completely ban abortions only Cape Verde, Tunisia and South Africa permit abortion, the woman asked.
Run for Latin America, except for a study in urban areas of Colombia, extensive studies on representative samples of of the population are based missing. In Africa, there are no public debate on the issue of abortion, and the few studies conducted, most common in women who are victims of medical complications were, showed a particularly marked increase in such interventions in urban areas.
Dr Lakhani says that the Department of Health and current policy on appeal and diversity of provision in question, are many primary care physicians and ‘could lead to a decreasing GP career at the mercy of various service ‘.Continue Reading