The Impact of the Global Gag Rule

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Ashley Ngwenya is a 27-year-old woman working for Safaids Zimbabwe, a regional nonprofit focused on HIV and TB prevention, care and treatment. She discusses some of her organization’s HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment programs and services offered to the youth and the impact of the global gag rule. The U.S government policy requires non-governmental organizations to "agree as a condition of their receipt of federal funds" that they would "neither perform nor actively promote abortion as a method of family planning in other nations.
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Zimbabwe
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zimbabwe, hiv, aids, treatment