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As a result of gendercide and the One Child Policy, how many more men than women are there in China today?
China's One Child Policy restricts most families to one child each and - because of the underlying cultural preference for sons - parents often prefer a boy. As a result many parents abandon or kill their newborn daughters, while others practice sex selective abortion in hope of a son. Families who
The U.N. estimates that as many as 200 million girls are missing in the world today. In India, China, and many other countries, girls are killed, aborted, and abandoned simply because they are girls - it's a gendercide. The "It's a Girl" Campaign tells the stories of women and girls who struggle to
In 2006, The Nature Conservancy's key partner in northern Kenya, Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) established the Ishaqbini Hirola Community Conservancy to save the Hirola. Find our more about this amazing species and what The Nature Conservancy is doing to save them. Then see what you can do
For 6 years, we at The 50 Million Missing Campaign have been working hard to tell the world about the ongoing female gendercide in India which has killed about 50 million women in the country in 3 generations through practices like infanticide, feticide, deliberate starvation and neglect of girl