Mercy mission

Singer Natalie Imbruglia joined Ann Gloag, a trustee of international hospital ship charity Mercy Ships, and women from the worlds of business, politics and media at the Women 4 Women lunch at The Lanesborough Hotel, London. The event was held to raise awareness of vesico-vaginal fistula, a medical condition that occurs from obstructed childbirth or violent rape and affects millions of women in Africa. It also raised money for Mercy Ships, which offers aid to sufferers of VVF and runs a fleet of hospital ships providing medical care around the world. Cherie Blair also attended the event.

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