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Countries: Dominican Republic

Abortion Activists Attempt to Use Zika Virus Outbreak to Legalize Abortion



The rapid spread of the Zika virus in the Western Hemisphere has many expectant mothers in hard-hit countries deeply concerned. Abortion activists have seized upon this public health crisis to argue that all unborn children who may have been exposed to the virus should be aborted. Very rarely hazardous to children or adults, Zika temporarily causes itchy rashes, joint pain and conjunctivitis. In rare cases, it can cause a bout of Guillain-Barré syndrome. But recently …

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May 12 — UNICEF and Abortion: The Case of the Dominican Republic



12 May 2009 — Vol.12/No.15 United Nations foreign aid groups enjoy what is perhaps some of the most unqualified public support of any organization. But we have found that not only do they promote abortion using tax money, but they even lie about it. We have received a good deal of support since we revealed the intent of the Pan-American Health Organization UNICEF at the Pastoral Social Encounter of Children and Adolescents at Risk. We …

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For The Record



An article by Steve discussing the condition of the family was recently featured in the March/April 2009 issue of Glos dla Zycia (Voice for Life Magazine). He discussed this same topic at the 2007 World Council of Families, held in Warsaw, Poland. Steve appeared on Fox News, on the Glenn Beck Show, on Match lo, 2009. On the show, he discussed the intertwining of the U.S. and Chinese economics, and warned of substantial inflation to …

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News From Latin America: A Strategic Alliance With the Catholic Church? Pro-Abortion NGOs want the Catholic Church on their team.



When I received information concerning the upcoming Pastoral Meeting about Children and Adolescents at Risk, organized by the Latin American Episcopal Conference (CELAM), I decided to attend as a representative of the Commission of Life, Family and Childhood of the Peruvian Episcopal Conference. What made up my mind was the appearance on the program of speakers from UNICEF and the Pan-American Organization for Health (OPS), which is a member organization of the World Health Organization …

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April 13 — UNICEF and WHO Want a “Strategic Alliance” with the Church, But Refuse to Renounce Their Pro-Abortion Agenda



13 April 2009 — Vol. 11/No. 11 When I received information about the upcoming “Pastoral Meeting about Children and Adolescents at Risk,” organized by the Latin American Bishop’s Conferences (CELAM), I decided to attend as a representative of the Commission of Life, Family and Childhood of the Peruvian Episcopal Conference. What made up my mind was the appearance on the program of speakers from UNICEF and the Pan-American Organization for Health (OPS), which is a …

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News from Latin America: Holding the Line in a Continent Under Fire



Why is abortion not legal in Latin America despite the incredible number of pro-abortion attempts to legalize it? An in-depth analysis would surely consider the historic, sociological, religious, and other aspects. But from my daily experience working in the pro-life movement as the PRI Director of the Latin American office, I would say that the real reason abortion is not legal in Latin American is people. Extraordinary persons are doing an extraordinary job holding the …

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The Poisoning of America



18 June 2007     Vol. 9 / No. 21 The Poisoning of America:   China’s Food and Drugs are Unsafe at any Price The news that Chinese toothpaste brands sold in Panama, the Dominican Republic, and Australia contained diethylene glycol, a highly toxic chemical used in engine coolants, came as a shock to U.S. health officials.  It shouldn’t have. China, as anyone who has lived there knows, has virtually no safety controls on food and drugs.  At …

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From the Countries



Shave, haircut condom, vasectomy …? The Dominican Republic Family Planning Association (Adoplafam), in cooperation with the U.N. Population Fund, began a project in 1991 to increase men’s awareness of responsible fatherhood and sexually transmitted diseases, including AIDS. Adoplafam trained 140 barbers to serve as resource persons. The barbers received specially prepared materials on family planning. vasectomy, STDs and AIDS, and their barbershops have become condom distribution and information centers for their customers. The barbershops also …

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