HRW Letter Outlines Findings, Recommendations On Early Impacts Of U.S. Protecting Life In Global Health Assistance Policy

Human Rights Watch: Re: Early Impact of the Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance Policy in Kenya and Uganda
In this October 13 letter to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, HRW Washington Director Sarah Margon and Nisha Varia, advocacy director of Human Rights Watch’s women’s rights division, “share our initial research findings and recommendations on early implications of the U.S. government’s ‘Protecting Life in Global Health Assistance’ policy. … We have outlined our key findings below on how early impact of the policy is already beginning to undermine local health systems and health gains and have attached a detailed summary of our research for your consideration ahead of the six-month review of the policy scheduled for November…” (10/26).

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