International Community Must Look To Nations Outside Europe To Help Fill Family Planning Funding Gap Created By Mexico City Policy, Swedish Official Says

Devex: Europe alone cannot plug the family planning funding gap — Sweden’s Modéer
“The international family planning community needs to look beyond the ‘usual suspects’ of the Nordic countries when it comes to filling the funding gap left by the United States’ recent reimposition of the ‘global gag rule,’ a top Swedish development official told Devex. Ulrika Modéer, Sweden’s state secretary for international development, said it will also take more than actions by the European Union to make up for America’s cessation of family planning funding…” (Edwards, 6/9).

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