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Adepeju's Journal

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Never Again...

I watched helplessly as 23-year-old Amina groaned in agony and breathed her last. Her first attempt at the fast becoming risky venture of childbirth had cost her life. … Read More»

Breaking The Chains of Silence!

The best men, it is often thought, are found in religious circles. So when Mary met Bill in Church her joy knew no bounds. … Read More»

Forget 'Boko Haram', Relish This Victory For Women's Health in Zamfara!

Last week, I had yet another opportunity of travelling up North Nigeria. This time, my destination together with our programs coordinator, Afolabi Imoru Ibrahim was Zamfara. Yes, you heard me! … Read More»

'Welcome Back' To Me :)

It's been a long while and I've been off World Pulse for a number of reason :D Really missed all my friends here and it feels so good to be back. … Read More»

Breaking the Rings of Human Trafficking

Recently, I watched as the Court of Appeal in Nigeria increase the sentence of a lady in her mid thirties from two years to seven years in prison. … Read More»


From speaking up against abortion laws as the lead advocate of my university debate team to heading the human rights department of a law firm, my desire to rise up for women, touch lives and change hu … Read More»

Possibilities, Not Challenges…

When maternal death occasioned by medical negligence occur, three categories of people with different perspectives are likely to emerge. … Read More»

WorldPulse: The Future Starts Here!

Sometime in year 2000, 189 countries of the world came together and amongst other goals set a target to reduce maternal mortality by 75% by the year 2015. … Read More»

Web 2.0; The Courage to Speak Up!

On June 8, 2011, Olujuwura, a friend and brilliant architect died at childbirth. … Read More»

Introducing myself and my journal

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