U.S. Says Abortion-Funding
Restrictions Working Overseas
The sexual left always squawks when abortion funding is cut overseas. They say the sky is falling and that women will die because development groups will refuse to accept U.S. money with the caveat they cannot perform or promote abortions. A new State Department report shows only a few groups refused to accept the caveats and that hundreds have accepted them. The ones that refused? The abortion giants Planned Parenthood and Marie Stopes International. Lisa Correnti reports.
Stefano Gennarini, J.D. is frustrated that not enough countries are standing up for the natural family at the UN, especially in this 70th anniversary year of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights that declared the family is the fundamental group unit of society.
State Department Finds Overwhelming Acceptance of U.S. Abortion Funding Restrictions
by Lisa Correnti
WASHINGTON DC, February 9 (C-Fam) A State Department report released yesterday found wide acceptance of the expanded Mexico City Policy which blocks funding for foreign groups performing or promoting abortion overseas. The report surveyed organizations which receive U.S. funds to deliver health care to vulnerable populations overseas. Read more >>
Opinion: Who Will Fight for the Family at the UN?
by Stefano Gennarini, J.D.
NEW YORK, February 9 (C-Fam) Even on the seventieth anniversary year of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the UN Commission on Social Development did not refer to the family as “natural and fundamental group unit of society, entitled to protection by society and the state” at its annual session this week. Read more >>
Can the metrics of the REACH Act be fixed?
The fundamental problem with the REACH Act of 2017 is that its metrics are poorly aligned with its stated purpose. When you read the advocacy materials promoting the bill, or the letters to the editor in local newspapers, the focus is on reaching vulnerable mothers and children with the interventions that could prevent their needless deaths from preventable causes. Read more >>