Congolese Health Providers Express Concern About Impact Of Mexico City Policy On Women’s Health
PRI: Trump’s ‘global gag rule on steroids’ threatens Congolese clinics
“…Jeannine Assani, regional coordinator for ABEF (or Association pour le Bien-Etre Familial/Naissances Désirables), the Congolese reproductive health organization that runs things at [a health clinic in Lubumbashi], was concerned about her organization’s ability to continue its work providing free contraception, gynecological exams, and family planning education because its funding has been reduced as a result of the Trump administration’s reinstatement of the Mexico City Policy, known as the ‘global gag rule’…” (Kasinof, 11/3).
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