African women have asked US President Joe Biden to end the imposition of abortion by funding giant abortion providers in the pro-family culture of African states. In a specially prepared video released by Culture of Life Africa, women from various African countries urge Biden to end support for abortion in Africa.
Last week, a US president - following the example of his Democratic predecessors - overturned a Mexico City policy dating back to President Ronald Reagan that prohibited federal funding to organizations that provide or promote abortion services abroad. Bidensanitized_by_modx& #39s decision has been hailed by organizations such as the International Planned Parenting Federation (IPPF) and Marie Stopes International (now MSI Reproductive Choices), which previously complained about the loss of millions of dollars during Donald Trumpsanitized_by_modx& #39s term.
In justifying his decision, Biden noted that the funding ban has undermined US efforts to “improve gender equality in the world” by limiting opportunities to maintain womensanitized_by_modx& #39s health and programs that prevent gender-based violence. Thus, he confirmed that the essence of the fight against gender-based violence is free access to abortion.
In The Culture of Life in Africa, Obianuju Ekeocha recalled Bidensanitized_by_modx& #39s 2019 appearance on the Planned Parenthood Forum. Biden then denounced the Trump administration for strengthening Mexico Citysanitized_by_modx& #39s policies in 2017, when he extended it to all U.S. medical care overseas, not just family planning programs, as in previous Republican administrations.
"Looking at this man who appreciates the work of Planned Parenting," Obianuju notes, talking about getting rid of Mexico City politics altogether, talking about himself and abortion as saving people in developing countries by funding abortion abroad. I think itsanitized_by_modx& #39s pretty scary because I know exactly what that means, Ekeocha said. “This means the elimination of my people,” she added. "This means the death and murder of innocent African unborn children," she commented.
The film contains brief statements by African women to the Biden administration. "This request, or rather an appeal to US President Joe Biden, not to fund abortion in African countries," said a young woman named Amak, while student Ellen added, "My culture supports life from start to finish."
“I am African,” said Chisom, the project manager. “I don’t believe it is okay to take his life, kill him or kill him. We don’t need abortion. Why should abortion be funded in my country and given priority?” She asked. it. "Abortion is murder, and funding it makes you an accomplice," added banker Mary Esther. "Please donsanitized_by_modx& #39t do this," she said. "Please, we do not want funds or any form of funding for abortion," argued Uchechi, a medical student. “Wesanitized_by_modx& #39re not interested, itsanitized_by_modx& #39s not our priority,” she added.
"This is a call to the US government not to fund abortion in African countries," said lawyer Marion Lisa. She explained that the African community is built on principles that include “sanctity of life, equal dignity for all, protection of the weak and defenseless”.
“God will never bless a nation that destroys its children,” warned Rose, the teacher. Ekeocha summed up the film and noted that every time Africans ask about their attitude towards abortion, they reject it. - Now the question: will President Joe Biden listen to us? Want to listen to the voice of the African people? Will he respect the cry of the heart of ordinary Africans? Or maybe he will just be a neo-colonial lord, like many other Western leaders? I hope not, she concluded, urging to heed the voices of the African people.