Pro-abortion PAHO launches campaign on care of newborns
The WHO’s official stance on abortion, and by extension, that of PAHO reads as follows; “Every individual has the right to decide freely and responsibly; without discrimination, coercion and violence; the number, spacing and timing of their children, and to have the information and means to do so; and the right to attain the highest standard of sexual and reproductive health (ICPD 1994). Access to legal, safe and comprehensive abortion care; including post-abortion care; is essential for the attainment of the highest possible level of sexual and reproductive health.“
Given its stance, isn’t it the highest level of grim irony, that pro-abortion PAHO has; “launched a campaign to raise awareness and promote quality care for newborns during the first 28 days of life, which it said is the time during which the risk of infant mortality is highest,”?
The grim story continues: “The “28 Days, Time to Care and Love” campaign, which is being coordinated by PAHO’s Latin American Centre for Perinatology (CLAP), seeks to increase the knowledge, skills and self-confidence of mothers, fathers, families and caregivers of newborns, and also raise awareness among health professionals of the importance of good care practices to reduce neonatal mortality.”
Message to Pro-abortion PAHO; Stopping Abortions Is The Best Way To Reduce Infant Mortality
Of course, the best way to reduce infant mortality would be to make abortion illegal worldwide. But of course, PAHO and organisations like it, promote “safe” and legal abortions, because they don’t consider unborn infants, infants at all. And so infants who are murdered in the womb, never count towards infant mortality rate statistics.
That’s why PAHO’s campaign to reduce infant mortality is nothing more than a sick joke. There are millions of unborn infants every year who need protection from organisations like PAHO; who don’t even recognise them as human. And if PAHO does recognise the humanity of the unborn, that makes them even worse; as they condone the notion, that mothers have the right to murder them.