The Peace Corps has a long history of promoting and distributing contraception.
From September to October of 2017, Peace Corps ran job ad for a new Family Planning/Reproductive Health Technical Director in Nigeria under USAID’s SHOPS program. The job description states that:
“The Family Planning and Reproductive Health (FP/RH) Technical Director will provide technical leadership in the areas of clinical FP/RH training and learning, with particular emphasis on long acting reversible contraceptives.”
Some of the duties include:
- Collaborate with other implementing partners that focus on demand generation, behavior change, contraceptive supplies, and other essential services.
- Facilitate the delivery of contraceptives for the last mile to the facilities.
From July to September of 2017, the Peace Corps ran a job ad for a Community Health Educator in Nicaragua. The job description states that:
Through health education and promotion, we aim to reach the following three goals:
Goal 1: HIV/STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) Prevention
Goal 2: Teenage Pregnancy Prevention
Goal 3: Improved Maternal and Infant Health Outcomes
These goals include the promotion of contraception and condoms, since the health educator is also responsible for training service providers on “Sexual and reproductive health, self-esteem, communication, gender, decision-making, reproductive health, contraception, and condom negotiation for teen groups.”
In a 2014 Peace Corps Madagascar blog post, the blogger discussed her work on AIDS prevention for young girls age 8-12. In the post, she describes a song and dance routine she does with the girls to teach them about how to protect themselves from AIDS by using a condom. The lyrics for the song in English, which she posted, are:
Protect yourself from AIDs
Don’t have [unsafe] sex
Have one partner
This time for Afrika!
Use a condom
Because there is no vaccine
and there is no cure
Let’s go – protect Africa!
And in the video of the routine being performed, you can see these little girls holding condoms in their hands as they say, “Use a condom.”
In a 2017 Peace Corps blog post, PC discusses the net results of one of its HIV programs in Uganda. The picture on the top of the post shows Peace Corps workers promoting condom use.
Speaking of the success of one of the people trained by the Peace Corps (Titus), the Peace Corps boasted of the number of condoms he distributed throughout his village:
For Titus and many like him, promoting community health is a worthwhile passion, the result of which has seen a decline in new infections arising from improved community awareness. The training he received from CAT crew helped in equipping Titus with the relevant knowledge and tools to drive the passion. Titus has since distributed about 9400 condoms to his colleagues and about 650 to members of his fishing village. He has also instructed 917 men and women on correct and consistent use of condoms. All his targets with AIC were successfully met.
A 2015 Peace Corps article on World AIDS Day indicated that Peace Corps was distributing condoms in Benin. The article said, “The health center provided HIV/AIDS tests and condoms (supplemented by some provided by the Peace Corps medical officer).”
The American Peace Corps is spreading the message of contraception, distributing condoms, and even perverting the minds of young children with the idea that they should use a condom when engaging in sexual behavior.
Because of the Peace Corps’ work to promote these grave moral evils, no Christian could ever, in good conscience, support, provide funds or a clean image for this organization.