November 24, 2015
Money spent on birth control doesn’t improve Third World
Over the next three years, the Gates Foundation will be donating another $120 million into programs for Third World countries to provide birth control and abortion-causing drugs. Steven Mosher of the Population Research Institute tells OneNewsNow that promoting the termination of pregnancies isn't the best way to help developing populations.
“My big objection is that if you want to reduce the birthrate in the developing world, the best thing to do is to help babies survive infancy and childhood,” he argues. “If you do that, if you reduce the infant and child mortality rate, then couples naturally have fewer children.”
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