Parliament launch of new film that exposes how UK overseas aid is being used to fund the abortion industry in Africa

“The film amplifies the African voices that have never been heard before.” By SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children Tuesday evening saw the premier of the harrowing film Strings Attached, hosted at the House of Commons by the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children, and sponsored by Labour MP Mary Glindon. It …

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An African woman’s response to “reproductive rights” debate in Parliament

Abortion is “incompatible with our culture” Editor’s note. This is excerpted from a post that appeared at SPUC—the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. Obianuju Ekeocha, the founder of Culture of Life Africa, has written an open letter to MPs ahead of a Westminster Hall debate today on “Access to reproductive rights around the …

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Uju Ekeocha and the Battle for Life in Africa

Resisting the Western Culture of Death By Eric Metaxas & Anne Morse What do you call it when Western elites attempt to foist abortion on native African cultures? At the United Nations, two women were squaring off: one, a Danish abortion advocate, the other, African scientist Uju Ekeocha. Their opinions expose the deep clash of …

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IPPF’s Media Manipulation in Africa

Editor’s note. This appears at the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues and is reposted with permission. The International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region (IPPFAR) is in the second phase of a campaign to influence reporters and news articles on controversial social issues, including abortion, under the umbrella of the IPPFAR SRHR Journalists Network Group with funding from …

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The Netherlands wants to fund abortions in Africa

Meanwhile a famine threatens the lives of 20 million people there By Mathew Otieno On January 24, American President Donald Trump reinstated the so called “Mexico City Policy.” By this action, he choked American funding for all organisations that provide or promote abortion, under any pretext, outside the United States. The implication is that organisations …

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“She Decides”? Not African women

Editor’s note. This comes from SPUC–the Society for the Protection of Unborn Children. “What is actually most disheartening is that these western countries have not even thought of asking the Africans what they want” More than 50 countries met today in Brussels to discuss funding abortion in developing countries, after the reinstatement of the Mexico …

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Killing Africa

Marie Stopes International performs illegal abortions under the noses of African governments By Mathew Otieno Shocking new evidence shows that Marie Stopes International has been performing illegal abortions in African countries. Speaking to Obianuju Ekeocha, the founder of Culture of Life Africa, Desire Kirabo, a Ugandan nurse and former centre manager of the MSI clinic …

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Panel discusses best practices for maternal healthcare in Africa (which does not include abortion)

Editor’s note. This comes from our friends at the Parliamentary Network for Critical Issues. The Permanent Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations in New York hosted a panel discussion entitled Best Practices for Maternal Healthcare in Africa during the 60th meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women. The event was …

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The case to legalize abortion in Africa fails

By Jeanne Head, RN, and Paul Stark Editor’s note. The following is a response to an International Herald Tribune blog that  the newspaper chose not to publish. The post appeared at http://latitude.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/12/15/africas-abortion-wars/. Alexis Okeowo argues at the International Herald Tribune’s Latitude blog that African nations should legalize elective abortion in order to prevent the death …

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“Abortion Seems the Only Way Out for Me”

By Dave Andrusko We’ve written often, and will more in the future, of how the International Abortion Movement is aggressively attacking pro-life laws in developing nations, including Africa. “Pro-life laws in Africa are under constant attack and increasingly difficult to protect,” as Scott Fischbach wrote back in June. Mr. Fischbach is executive director of Minnesota …

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MCCL GO! Works with African Pro-Life Leaders to Educate Citizens

Saving Lives in Africa By Scott Fischbach, Executive Director Minnesota Citizens Concerned for Life As we commemorate the fateful 1973 Roe v. Wade and Doe v. Bolton decisions that struck down protections for unborn children in our own country, it is important to note that many countries around the globe still have protections against abortion …

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