PRI’s Efficacy: Every $50 Donated to PRI
Has Blocked Over $5000 from the Population Controllers
Omaha Archbishop Elden Curtiss hails the
Population Research Institute as:
… one of the most important and effective pro-life,
pro-family organization in the U.S.—and perhaps even
in the world.
What do we do?
Using trained in-country investigators, PRI ferrets out human rights violations being committed out of fear of overpopulation. Forced abortions, forced sterilizations, whatever, we document them, and try to stop them.
What separates us from other pro-life organizations?
Our unique methodology used to attain these goals.
It may surprise you to know that the U.S. has a variety of pro-life laws prohibiting tax money from being spent on abortion, or any kind of forced or coercive family planning.
Nevertheless, many non-governmental organizations, who receive millions of dollars in aid from the U.S. government, try to surreptitiously use these monies in population control programs.
We put investigators on the ground all over the world, and keep tabs on where and how American tax money is being spent.
We catch them, and tell our friends in Congress, so they can investigate the abuse, and enforce the law.
So far, our efforts have directly resulted in nearly $790,000,000
being stripped from the population control movement.
- $169 million — as of 1996
- $369 million — as of 1999
- $559 million — as of 2000
- $593 million — as of 2002
- $628 million — as of 2003
- $653 million — as of 2004
- $687 million — as of 2005
- $712 million — as of 2006
- $746 million — as of 2007
- $786 million — as of 2008
How many babies have been saved by more than three-quarters of a billion dollars in funding cuts?
“It’s hard to say with any precision,” comments Steve Mosher, “but one thing is certain: PRI’s funding cuts translate into boatloads of abortion-causing drugs and devices that will never be swallowed by, or injected into, or inserted into, women around the world.”