African Organization for Families
International Planned Parenthood Federation is the leading abortionist organization in the world! Woe unto Africa as the new director of this blood thirsty organization that mercilessly slaughters innocent babies in droves makes his first stop in Africa.
IPAS is an International NGO registered in California in the United States of America
Abortion is illegal in Kenya as it is in many African countries. This ban on abortion though doesn't make abortionists all over the world any happy and they won't rest until the law is altered to allow legal murder of unborn babies.
The Kenyan Constitution 2010 Article 26 reads as follows:_
(1) Every person has the right to life.
Восточноафриканская Законодательная Ассамблея (EALA) собирается поддержать убийц! В этом органе подготовлен законопроект, легализующий аборты для девочек начиная с 10-летнего возраста. Помогите Африканской организации в защиту семьи остановить этот жуткий законопроект, подписав подготовленное ею международное обращение!
L'Assemblée législative de l'Afrique de l'Est (EALA) est sur le point de devenir une maison de criminels. ! Ils ont rédigé un projet de loi visant à légaliser l'avortement et à donner des contraceptifs aux enfants et adolescents de 10 à 19 ans. 10 ans !!!
The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) is about to become a house of murderers! They have drafted a Bill seeking to legalise abortion and give contraceptives to children and teenagers aged 10–19.
IPAS and USAID are American based International organizations whose main agenda in Africa is to legalize Abortion and Homosexuality respectively. They do so by sponsoring bills in African parliaments, producing alarming statistics on the subject matters and availing abortifacients. Africa is pro-life and very pro-family, we won't accept neo-colonialism especially on these issues.
Comprehensive Sex Education is not approved by Kenyan parents and is being taught in schools behind their back. The nature of the curriculum is destructive to children. Most CSE programmes include components such as:
Comprehensive Sex Education is not approved by Ghana parents and is being taught in schools behind their back. The nature of the curriculum is destructive to children. Most CSE programmes include components such as: