The UN’s Population Control Arm Threatens Integrity of the UN’s Children and Health Orgs.  NEW YORK, Sept 28 (LSN) – The Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (CAFHRI) reported Friday that the UN children (UNICEF) and health (WHO) agencies have entered into partnership with the UN’s population control arm (UNFPA) to form the “Coordinating Committee on Health (CCH)”. CAFHRI reports that the first meeting of the CCH in July showed a strong commitment to UNFPA’s abortion agenda   two of the three topics discussed were “safe motherhood” and adolescent health,” and the deliberations contained numerous references to “reproductive health”.  At the meeting Nafis Sadik, the Executive Director of UNFPA outlined the reasons for the unholy union saying, “The program of action of the International Conference on Population and Development (Cairo Conference) had placed reproductive health in the context of primary health care, thus recognizing it as an essential component of any minimum package of health services. It was, therefore, important for the three agencies to make sure that their activities contributed to the development of the health system of a given country.” CAFHRI noted that “By UN definition, “reproductive health” includes access to abortion services, and to artificial contraceptives that have known abortifacient effects.”


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