Last week, the Trump administration called out the disturbing agenda during the Second International Conference on Family Policy hosted by the Hungarian Embassy, according to the Christian Post.
“So the World Health Organization (WHO) is actually encouraging organizations to go behind the backs of countries that have any restrictions on abortion and provide self-care [abortions] to the women in those countries. That even on its face from a sovereignty aspect is problematic,” said Valerie Huber, senior policy advisor in the Department of Health and Human Services Office of Global Affairs.
Speaking to the conference Dec. 4, Huber accused the WHO of promoting dangerous abortion practices rather than focusing on real solutions to reduce maternal mortality rates, according to the report. ….