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Help Mothers and Daughters at Risk in China
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Your generous gift supports Women's Rights Without Frontiers' fight against gendercide and forced abortion. We are working on the ground in China to protect women who are hiding to escape forced abortions and giving much-needed financial help to mothers of baby girls.
The more we raise, the more women we can help. If we reach our goal of $30,000 we will be able to support and hide 100 mothers and their baby girls for a year.
Here's a break down of our various projects that your donations help support:
1. We are giving monthly stipends for a year to mothers who are at risk of aborting or abandoning their baby girls. This money helps the mother resist pressure to commit gendercide.
2. We give monthly stipends to help support women who are pregnant without a birth permit and are hiding or running to escape forced abortions.
3. We provide support to women in emergencies. For example, women who are hiding to escape a forced abortion cannot give birth in a hospital, for fear that their baby will be confiscated or killed, or perhaps a baby born without a birth certificate needs medical care.
As featured in Shadowline Films' 2012 documentary 'It's a Girl', Women's Rights Without Frontiers has been called the "leading voice" to expose forced abortion, gendercide and sexual slavery in China. WRWF President Reggie Littlejohn is an acclaimed international expert on China's One Child Policy. She has testified has testified six times at the U.S. Congress, as well as the European, British and Irish Parliaments. A graduate of Yale Law School, Reggie has represented Chinese refugees in their political asylum cases.