For example, “empowering women” or “improving maternal health,” “combating HIV/AIDS” and “ensuring environmental sustainability” are frequently used as code words for introducing “family planning” methods and getting abortion legalized in every country that their advocates can (and illegally introducing chemical abortions into countries where abortion is still illegal). “Universal primary education” also incorporates the “comprehensive sex education” agenda in these countries.
The UN’s 2014-2015 regular budget is $5.5 billion of which the
The Department of State and USAID spends about $700 million a year for “family planning” purposes including post-abortion care for incomplete abortions. A report by UNFPA gives insight into the 2012 international contraceptive distribution, including breakdown of UNFPA and USAID monetary support of all kinds of contraceptives including abortifacients like Plan B, funded in part with
Questions regarding funding of these agendas overseas with the use of