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Fast Facts and Frequently Asked Questions. These traumatizing responses on both boda bodas and buses create transportation barriers to care for women living with fistula. Mwanga II took a more aggressive approach than other African leaders, choosing to expel all missionaries and insist that Christian and Muslim converts abandon their faith or face death. Participant selection Participants were purposively selected based on their experience themselves or a family member of living with fistula in Nigeria or Uganda, or from a professional role in providing fistula repair or counseling. Fistula clients often do not seek care because they are unaware of fistula repair center locations [ 22 ].
Nigerian and Ugandan respondents mentioned the need for building health facilities closer to their communities. In addition, transient conditions such as menstruation and vaginal discomfort are likely to increase the frequency of cleansing acts.