Reject the Pro-Abortion Agenda at ICPD25
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) is partnering with the governments of Kenya and Denmark to host the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD25) in Nairobi, Kenya. 25 years ago the ICPD was held in Cairo where, for the first time, the agenda of population control through abortion was set forth.
Since the Cairo summit, UNFPA has pushed population control worldwide, and with it, the concept of abortion as a human right. The Nairobi summit will be attended by thousands of global representatives who will be participating on behalf of their governments. At the end of the summit, government representatives will be asked to formally endorse the Twelve Point Commitments which have already been prepared, without any negotiations.
The Commitments that will be endorsed include the following:
Abortion as a human right.
Free access to abortion and contraception, including for children
Sex education in the classroom
Promoting gender theory and exclusive rights to the LGBT community.
This controversial conference is being held in a continent where the majority of laws are opposed to abortion and homosexuality. For many years there has been a lot of pressure to legalize abortion, but many African countries have not given in.
UNFPA has unsuccessfully partnered with international pro-abortion groups such as International Planned Parenthood Federation, Marie Stopes, Rutgers, and IPAS to fund pro-abortion activities and the push for Comprehensive Sexuality Education in countries like Kenya, Uganda, Ghana, Malawi, and Nigeria. This conference in Nairobi will be the epitome of their efforts to force their destructive agenda on Africa.
87% of Kenyans do not support abortion according to a survey by Ipsos, while 90% reject homosexuality. Recently, a Kenyan high court affirmed this by throwing out the registration of the Gay Coalition in that country.
The Commitments that will be endorsed at the ICPD summit have nothing to do with Kenya’s “Big 4” Developmental Agenda goals, or in solving the real-world issues facing the Kenyan populace. This would include poor road networks, ill-equipped hospitals, run-down schools, scarcity of clean drinking water in villages, lack of availability of jobs, etc.
Sign this petition asking President Uhuru Kenyatta to reject the Commitments that will be adopted at the Nairobi ICPD25 summit in their entirety and any agenda that is against the spirit of Kenyan law and culture.