Women Life Span Is Longer Than Men

 
Life expectancy in women and men
Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of World Health Organization, believes women live longer than men he wrote in WHO website: “The SDGs address inequality wherever it exists. The 2019 edition reports on trends over time and disaggregates data by WHO region, World Bank income group, and sex to identify key inequalities. The report reveals that in low-income countries, health is frequently compromised by diseases and ...more

Women Prisoners

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The number of women prisoners in US is more than sum of 3 other populated countries of China, Russia and India, due to their higher freedom level, body strength and other unknown factors.

In 2008 US had 24.7% of world prisoners with 9.8 million inmates totally that was on peak of it’s rate. As of the number dropped to 2.3 million after 2016 with rate of 698 /100,000. 

There has been 219,000 incarcerated women in US last November. The rate of women inmates has been global high, about 133 of 100,000 female citizens in this country. 

Celia Hatton, BBC News reported that China’s women prisoner number is increasing. 

Ding Yuxin was sentenced to serve 20 years in prison for bribing government officials. Celia Hatton wrote: “The woman put behind the bars for a non-violent crime.”

She published: the number of women prisoners raised for 46% while the rate of male inmates had 10% increase in last decade. 

If china’s women prisoner population grow at this rate China will hold the most women prisoners  in world and will take over US. 87% of  committed crime between  Chinese women has been non-violent and  42% has been drug offence.

Tasnim: America hosts 5% of world population and  holds one third of world female prisoners in.  

 

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AP

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A new report says more than one-third of women in four low-income countries in Africa and Asia were slapped, mocked, forcibly treated or otherwise abused during childbirth in health centers and suggests that such mistreatment occurs worldwide.

The study published Wednesday in The Lancet medical journal says women in Nigeria, Myanmar, Ghana and Guinea also experienced high rates of cesarean sections and surgical cuts to the vagina, or episiotomies, without their consent — and often without a painkiller.

“Mistreatment during childbirth can amount to a violation of human rights, and could be a powerful disincentive from seeking facility-based maternity care,” the study said in a discussion of similar research....more

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