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Topics: UNICEF

Catholic Health Commission in Kenya: Vaccine Contamination Demands Action from the Kenyan Ministry of Health

On February 13th, the Kenyan Conference of Catholic Bishops stated that the controversy over whether a tetanus vaccine had been laced with a sterilizing agent was an issue of national security and demanded that the Kenyan Ministry of Health cooperate in a continuing investigation to analyze the vaccine vials. Last year, a nationwide vaccination campaign used a tetanus vaccine that was found to be laced with a sterilizing agent known as Beta HCG. The vaccination …

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Who’s Behind the Program to Sterilize Kenyan Women Without Their Consent?

In Paul Ehrlich’s crude fantasy, The Population Bomb, “compulsory birth regulation” was to be achieved by polluting the water supply with “mass sterilizing agents.” But more sophisticated population controllers dreamed of a contraceptive vaccine that would, with the stick of a needle, sterilize women for years, or a lifetime. This dream became a reality in the early 1990s, when researchers learned that mixing human chorionic gonadotropin (beta-HCG) with tetanus toxoid resulted in a vaccine that not only protected …

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Cutting Foreign Aid to Save Lives

Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) such as UNICEF and CARE Australia are up in arms over the new Australian Prime Minister’s plan to reduce foreign aid by $4.5 billion. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, they claim that such cuts will come at “expense of children’s lives."[1] Worse yet, they will compromise the commitments under the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Now we’re not really concerned about feeding the U.N. bureaucracy, so we’ll leave that organization’s vaguer MDG’s—such things …

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UNICEF Should Rename Itself the United Nations Sex for Children Fund, or UNISEX

The debate over a new Code on Childhood and Adolescence is raging in Peru.

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A Farce: The UN’s World Youth Conference

Sergio Burga, a young researcher who works out of our Latin American office, has just spent three tumultuous days at the UN's so-called World Youth Conference. Here is his first-hand report. Vol. 12/No. 24 PRI's Sergio Burga, providing on-the-scene, in-depth coverage from Mexico as the U.N. launches its new attack on children and families. The United Nations officials who set up the World Youth Conference 2010 (WYC) thought that they had everything under control. They …

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Teen Mom: Problem or Symptom?

Abortion advocates say condoms will cure teen pregnancy, but a leading gynecologist argues they ignore the root cause. Vol. 12/No. 10 “Every minute a woman dies from maternal causes,” proclaimed Dr. Yves Bergevin of the UNFPA, as he took the podium on the opening day of the United Nations 2010 Commission on the Status of Women.   “Rigid, moralistic abstinence-only programs of the type promoted under previous federal policy … are a failed experiment,”1 the …

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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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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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