Canadian Geographic: Safe delivery

Protestors in Kampala march to court in 2012 to deliver a complaint following the court's delay in delivering judgment on the CEHURD case involving Sylvia Nalubowa and Jennifer Anguko, two women who died in childbirth. (Photo : Courtesy of CEHURD)

Protestors in Kampala march to court in 2012 to deliver a complaint following the court’s delay in delivering judgment on the CEHURD case involving Sylvia Nalubowa and Jennifer Anguko, two women who died in childbirth. (Photo : Courtesy of CEHURD)

Having successfully delivered her baby at a public health facility in Mityana, a city just west of Uganda’s capital, Kampala, in 2009, Sylvia Nalubowa was surprised to learn that her labour wasn’t over — she was having twins. But there was a problem. Try as Nalubowa might, her second child was stubbornly resisting entry into the world. Read more.