Expanded Mexico City Policy Impacting Health Services In Kenya, Uganda, HRW Says

The Independent: Trump’s ban on global abortion funding has already hit health care in Africa
“Donald Trump’s expansion of the Mexico City policy to cover billions of dollars in global health assistance has already led to cuts in basic health services in Kenya and Uganda, a leading rights group has claimed. State clinics have lost out on training and equipment they would usually receive from non-governmental groups, while there has been ‘widespread confusion’ about how to comply with the rules, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said…” (Sharman, 10/27).

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