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Psychologist from Abkhazia tells about helping patients during the pandemic
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Psychologist from Abkhazia tells about helping patients during the pandemic

In an interview with women4peace.net, a psychologist and a teacher at State University of Abkhazia Elana Kortua talked about the mental issues people faced during the coronavirus pandemic. She also shared her personal experience on how she consulted the social workers and helped families where women and children were victims of psychological and physical violence….

Giving birth in the pandemic: the struggle and challenges of women in Georgia
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Giving birth in the pandemic: the struggle and challenges of women in Georgia

  Tako Svanidze While Georgia has been praised for how it has dealt with the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping infection and death rates low, state-imposed strict lockdown measures have had a significant effect on new mothers and pregnant women. They became one of the most vulnerable groups during this time because of difficulties accessing adequate health…

Artificial “Life Formula”: Georgian Mothers without the Right to Choose
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Artificial “Life Formula”: Georgian Mothers without the Right to Choose

Artificial “Life Formula”: Georgian Mothers without the Right to Choose Georgian mothers refuse to breastfeed their newborn babies and opt for bottle feeding. The authorities acknowledge that due to outdated legislature and ineffective control mechanisms it is impossible to regulate the breastfeeding of newborns. And, the businesses have taken advantage of the situation. Sofia Tetradze…

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