Wednesday, August 31, 2005

United Nations Official Slams US for Abstinence Approach to AIDS in Uganda - LifeSite.com

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, August 31, 2005, (LifeSiteNews.com) - The ongoing lament by condom activist Stephen Lewis continues as the U.N. secretary general's special envoy for HIV/AIDS in Africa vilified Christians and the Bush Administration for their emphasis on abstinence-only programs. He especially blamed the policy for causing a shortage of condoms in Uganda. The Bush Administration has supported abstinence-only programs in Uganda, a country that has seen great success and boasts one of the lowest infection rates in Africa, much lower than Botswana, for example, which promotes condoms and has the world's worst HIV infection rate. This year President George W. Bush's global AIDS plan has budgeted about $8 million for abstinence-only projects in Uganda

1 comments:

Tito said...

Excellent example of the vilification process the UN has continued from Pope John Paul the Great now transfering their venom to Pope Benedict XVI.

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