Bodies if allowed speak volumes; women’s bodies speak too, as Krueger and other scholars point out, that it is important to recognise this within the health system. While on the one hand women’s contribution to economy globally is largely undermined and unaccounted, on the other hand women’s health issues beyond reproductive and maternal health is under represented in the public health policy and system. In order to achieve health equity, there is a need to recognise what women’s bodies speak along with their economic contribution within the household economy and the labour market as well.
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