U.N. Dispatch Discusses Importance Of U.S. Funding For UNFPA, Recounts Experiences Of Women Who Gave Birth In Jordan Refugee Camp

U.N. Dispatch: Thanks to the USA, 7,400 Babies Were Born in this Refugee Camp Without a Single Death. Now, the White House is Pulling Its Support
“…Rachel Moynihan is an American citizen who works for UNFPA, the U.N. Population Fund. With U.S. funding, UNFPA established the only maternity ward to serve the 80,000 residents of the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan — the largest single camp serving Syrian refugees. In March 2016, Moynihan visited Zaatari. The post below represents a composite of firsthand accounts of of the many new moms she met during her visit…” (Goldberg, 5/9).

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