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Alum Q+A: Saving lives at birth

Sabeena Jalal, an alum of the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health and currently based in Karachi, has developed a blade to be used by midwives during childbirth to cut the umbilical cord. The blade does not get infected, so she hopes the tool can reduce the rate of infant mortality in developing countries.

Student voices: Women’s rights in Pakistan

This is part of a recurring series in which we share reports from Harvard students who have traveled to South Asia with support from a SAI grant during the winter session. Click here to read more reports from students. By Hira Baig, MTS ’16, Harvard Divinity School ...
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