Canada Launches Reproductive Health, Family Planning Projects At London Summit As Part Of New Foreign Aid Policy

Globe And Mail: Trudeau government unveils reproductive health projects
“…[A more than Can$18 million project to support abortion and family planning services in Mozambique], announced on Tuesday, is the first specific example of how the Trudeau government is venturing into foreign aid policies not permitted under the previous Conservative government — or the Trump administration in Washington. While the United States is drastically cutting its budget for reproductive health and family planning in the developing world, the Trudeau government is pushing in the opposite direction by launching [Can]$241.5 million in spending on those same programs…” (York, 7/11).

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