"I've been giving birth up until now. And now I just don't want to give birth or have any more children," Wari says.
These complications are easily avoidable, yet Wari doesn't have that choice.
It's almost unfathomable that more than 225 million women and girls in the developing world can't access contraception or family planning services. That's 225 million women and girls who want to -- but can't -- make decisions about when they have children and how many children they have."
Read article by Passana Mutha-Merennege from HuffPost.