Nigerian NGO Director Discusses Impacts Of Mexico City Policy On Nation’s Health NGOs

The Nation (Nigeria): ‘Global Gag Rule affecting NGOs’
“Olayide Akanni is the executive director of Journalists Against AIDS (JAAIDS) Nigeria, a non-governmental organization (NGO) on the prevention, care, and control of HIV, AIDS, and tuberculosis. In this interview, she tells Oyeyemi Gbenga-Mustapha how the Mexico City policy, also called the global gag rule (GGR), introduced by the United States government, will affect NGOs…” (Gbenga-Mustapha, 5/4).

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