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WEST ASIA- PLO-Jordan Relations

nised and unorganised sectors of labour including the Christian institutions where such facilities do not exist. The consultation urged that medical institutions should have specially trained medical social workers, informed with a feminist perspective, to respond to the physical, emotional, psychological, medical social and legal aspects of the needs of women in crisis battered wives, raped or sexually assaulted women, attempted suicides, dowry burn victims, etc. It urged that health care needs of prostitutes be viewed from the right perspective and proper care be extended to the women forced into this trade. It called for the involvement of individuals, the local congregation and church women's groups to work with the women's movement and health movement, towards ensuring wholeness and well-being to women in India.

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