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Countries: Eastern Africa

Kenya Examination

Press Release: March 3, 2015 Media Factsheet Full Report: Investigation of Catholic Relief Services—Kenya Sister2Sister Informational Page Investigative Organizations Address Denials Made by CRS Documents Healthy Choices 2 Manual Healthy Choices Facilitator’s Manual PEPFAR Kenya Operational Plan Report 2011 PEPFAR Kenya Operational Plan Report 2012 PEPFAR Kenya Operational Plan Report 2012_altered PEPFAR Kenya Operational Plan Report 2013 Kalamba Dispensary Excel Kalamba Dispensary Excel 2 Full Report: Investigation of Catholic Relief Services—Madagascar What Can Faithful Catholics …

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Kenyan Bishops not Satisfied with Government Response to Vaccine Controversy.

  The concern that the neonatal tetanus vaccines in Kenya sponsored by the World Health Organization are laced with sterilizing agents first arose months ago, and the uncertainty continues as the newest round of testing produced another inconclusive standoff between the Catholic Health Commission of Kenya and the Ministry of Health. The Kenyan Bishops initially expressed concern in March and again in October of 2014. The neonatal tetanus vaccine, which is normally given to women …

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What’s in her tetanus shot?

As women across Kenya reject their “help,” population controllers have sunk to new lows: Mass sterilizations of unsuspecting women, through a common immunization. DONATE Dear If you haven’t yet had the opportunity to make a year-end gift to the Population Research Institute (PRI), your support truly can’t wait. Recently we’ve heard from Catholic bishops in Kenya, where many women refuse to accept the birth control being pushed on them by population controllers. These women want what God …

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The real war on women: Stealth sterilization in Kenya

True story #5 in PRI’s ongoing series of “How I Survived Population Control” “But I want to have more babies.” Those seven words are enough to rattle any UN Population Fund worker pushing free abortifacients in Africa, and those seven words are often voiced by women in Kenya. Worse – from the perspective of UN pill pushers – those seven words are often said by Kenyan women who already have several children! Kenya has a …

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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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African Women Turning to Natural Family Planning; Turning Down Abortifacient Contraceptives, Survey Reveals

It seemed like your typical family planning conference: it was sponsored by the US Agency for International Development (USAID) and the World Health Organization’s Department of Reproductive Health and Research. It had the typical title: “Is access enough? Understanding and addressing unmet need for Family Planning.” It even seemed to have the usual group of presenters ready with their cherry-picked findings to lobby for even more money to be spent on the contraception and sterilization …

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Fortnight for Freedom

The third annual Fortnight for Freedom, instituted by the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) in the face of intensifying anti-religious restrictions imposed by the United States government, is swiftly coming to a close. The Fortnight for Freedom, which takes place from June 21 through July 4, serves as a poignant reminder that the exercise of our first freedom is paramount for the well-being of our nation. The Fortnight has special importance this year. …

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Exposing Population Control: Tanzania

  The East African country of Tanzania suffers from many challenges, but overpopulation is not one of them. The subtropical country has a land area larger than California, Michigan, Arizona, and Virginia combined, and a population only about the size of California’s and Virginia’s combined. But if you look at the website of USAID, the United States federal agency responsible for foreign aid, you might think that Tanzania was dangerously overpopulated. That’s how it justifies …

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