Reproductive Health Uganda Director Discusses Impact Of Mexico City Policy On Group’s Operations In Devex Interview

Devex: Q&A: Uganda’s RHU warns of impact of global gag rule on its programs
“Reproductive Health Uganda is one of Uganda’s leading NGOs providing services related to sexual health and reproductive rights, but it now faces a number of challenges to its work, including a recent move by the United States to bring back the Mexico City policy, also known as the ‘global gag rule.’ … Devex spoke to RHU Executive Director Jackson Chekweko about the issues the group faces, and the impact of the ‘global gag rule’ on its programs and Uganda as a whole…” (Fallon, 1/16).

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