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Hope for the ‘Most Voiceless’ on the Planet – by Christianity Today

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January 14, 2010 

A human rights lawyer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, and two world-class surgeons are rallying evangelicals to defeat fistula. Elissa Cooper | Christianity Today
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Debbie Fikes, a top leader with the WEA, told CT that fistula outreach appealed to her as both a woman and a Christian. She believes that educating congregations on the unique needs of women with fistula is essential. "It's easy to get de-sensitized because there are so many needs," said Fikes. "But this is one that's very achievable."