Women’s Health Advocacy Groups Fear Less Support For Reproductive Rights Under President-Elect Trump

Devex: How a Trump presidency could harm women’s health worldwide
“Major international women’s health networks, advocacy groups, and donors are readying for a battle against the incoming administration of President-elect Donald Trump, which they fear will seek to block support for women’s reproductive rights worldwide. The exact funding and policy risks for girls and women’s health in developing countries and conflict zones is not yet clear, as Trump’s transition team has not rolled out any specific announcements on how it plans to tackle health abroad, or international development…” (Lieberman, 11/23).

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