WASHINGTON, Nov 11 ( – The United States Agency for International Development has paid The Johns Hopkins School of Public Health’s Center for Communication Programs (JHU/CCP) $16 million (US) to fund population control activities and propaganda in Uganda. A press release from JHU/CCP says the new program will “provide long-term and permanent contraceptive methods, emergency contraception, emergency obstetric care, post-abortion care, and adolescent reproductive health.” 

Although abortion is not specifically mentioned in the release, USAID is notorious for funding initiatives to push toward abortion on demand and Uganda allows abortion only to save the life of the mother. 

Of note, the Uganda initiative comes on the heels of a much publicized prosecution of an abortionist in Uganda. LifeSite News reported last month that Dr. Dan Musisi of Poly Care nursing home, Najjanankumbi, Uganda was sentenced to four years in prison for the death of a high school student during an illegal abortion.  

For the LifeSite story on the Ugandan abortionist see: 

Ugandan Doctor Jailed For Abortion-Related Death