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As the baby focuses on his meal, Dima concentrates on me, a Westerner in Ethiopia. Her hair has recently been styled, pulled back in tight braids, in preparation for her departure from the hospital and trip home to her rural village.

A young woman living in a country with one of the world's worst health care systems, Dima has experienced needless, preventable pain and tragedy. To an American, it is a story of the poor state of women's health care in Ethiopia. Dima Yehea sits at the Mekelle branch of the Hamlin Fistula Hospital in Mekelle, Ethiopia, on September 4, 2009.

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Editor's note: Hanna Ingber Win, the Huffington Post's World Editor, was recently invited by the UN Population Fund to visit its maternal health programs in Ethiopia, which has one of the world's worst health care systems. S., a woman has a 1 in 4,800 chance of dying from complications due to pregnancy or childbirth in her lifetime.

Dima, dressed in a loose hospital gown, looks at me with intent, studious eyes.

Her baby turns towards her, grabs her left breast with both hands and nurses for a few minutes.

She was too young to understand what he was doing, she says. "I didn't know what was happening." The sex was painful, but her husband did not stop. She was living in a rural village called Late about 145 kilometers from Mekelle, the largest city in northern Ethiopia.

The exact number of women living with fistulas -- like the exact maternal mortality rate -- remains unknown due to lack of good population-based statistics, she says.

About 2 million women in the developing world currently live with untreated fistulas, according to the UN Population Fund.

Plus, the prolonged pressure caused the tissue between her bladder and vagina to die. Obstetric fistulas are practically unheard of in developed countries because women give birth at a later age and therefore have more developed bodies - plus, even more importantly, they have access to medical care.

If a woman has a complication during pregnancy, like about 15 percent of women do, she can have a Cesarean section. In Ethiopia, where such surgery is rarely an option in the rural areas where women like Dima live, obstetric fistulas plague about 100,000 women, says Karen Beattie, the project director for Fistula Care, a project managed by Engender Health and funded by USAID.