US foreign policy on women’s health will take a big hit, but local advocates say the next US president won’t undermine their homegrown rights fights.
posted on Nov. 11, 2016
Jina Moore, BuzzFeed News World Correspondent
NAIROBI – First, the bad news — or what counts as bad news if you’re a women’s health advocate.
“Mr. Trump does not have a track record on health and reproductive rights so there’s not a lot we know or can say about it, but we have a lot of concern about what’s ahead of us,” said Serra Sippel, president of the Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE).
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