And if she lives in a place that has good, available, as much as possible de-stigmatized services, and lots of information, she can get there in the first trimester.
After that, it’s more expensive, it’s more complicated, it’s more dangerous, it’s more upsetting for everybody involved.

~Deborah Maine, DrPH, discussing the importance of access to abortion services in Ethiopia in the documentary Not Yet Rain, via Because Magazine, Winter 2011 edition

This documentary follows the journey to abortion by two rape victims, as well as other personal stories of those involved with abortion in Ethiopia.

Click here to link to the documentary homepage and click on the video to watch. Discussion begins at 6:58.

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