Giving Voice to the Realities of Stillbirth

She stands there staring at you. After nine months of pregnancy she holds out her empty arms. Her baby died before it had a chance to live. She is from every country and most commonly from poorer, younger, marginalized or conflict-affected populations. How she reacts to the stillbirth may vary according to her culture.

But wherever she is from, stigma and taboo exacerbate her trauma. And she will never be the same.

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