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WASHINGTON, DC – The Trump administration reaffirmed its commitment to protecting the rights of women in and outside of the womb this week at an international population summit.
The Nairobi Summit on International Conference on Population and Development 2025, which is happening in Kenya this week, largely is a meeting of abortion activists and pro-abortion political leaders, according to the Heritage Foundation.
Hosted by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the summit is focusing on supporting and promoting abortions and recognizing the killing of an unborn child as a human right. The leading groups insist that abortion and reproductive rights are “the bedrock of gender equality,” The Guardian reports.
Pushing back against the pro-abortion agenda, Valerie Huber, the United States special representative for global women’s health, told the summit that America will not support abortion.
Instead, Huber said the U.S. is investing programs that support the human rights of all women and girls “without compromising the inherent value of every human life – born and unborn.” ….
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