ChildFund distributes abortifacient, injectable contraception and condoms.
According to a 2011 document co-authored by USAID, FHI 360, Progress in Family Planning, and ChildFund International, Childfund approached FHI 360 to ask about collaborating on a project to start distributing injectable contraception called, “Depot medroxyprogesterone acetate” (DMPA), which is marketed under the brand name “Depo-Provera.” Page 8 of the document, which is titled, “Expanding Community Based Access to Injectable Contraception,” says:
In November 2008, ChildFund Zambia asked FHI 360 (formerly named Family Health International)to collaborate on a pilot study to introduce injectable contraceptives to its existing CBD (community based distribution) program.
In 2009, ChildFund and FHI 360 began training local community based distributors in the method of injecting the contraceptive, disposal of the syringes, and counseling women on possible side-effects. By February of 2010, CBDs were administering DMPA unsupervised.
In 2011, a pro-abortion, contraception promoting organization called Women Deliver produced a list of what it calls the “top 50 inspiring ideas and solutions that deliver for girls and women.” Listed at number 9, Women Deliver applauded ChildFund International for “targeted pilot programs for community-based distribution of specific interventions, such as misoprostol,” which is an abortion-inducing drug.
In 2013, ChildFund Australia, an affiliate of ChildFund International, published a policy book regarding its HIV and AIDS programs. On page 8 of this policy handbook is a list of Key Actions indicating things thatChildFund Australia Country Office program staff will do. Included on the list is, “promote easy and appropriate access to condoms.” Beginning on page 12 is a chapter titled, “Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS. The first paragraph says:
It is not mandatory for ChildFund Country Offices to mainstream HIV and AIDS into all their projects. It is encouraged, however, where resources are available and it is appropriate to do so. If it is appropriate and you want to mainstream HIV and AIDS then this section provides some ideas of how to mainstream it into different sectors.
The recommendations that follow include:
- providing condoms in schools when and where appropriate
- providing access to male and female condoms through other health projects (for example distributing condoms when distributing bed nets for Malaria program.)
- conducting condom demonstrations, showing how to use them correctly
partnering with organisations that run condom social marketing campaigns
On page 21 is a Key Action which states, “Country Office program staff will promote easy and appropriate access to condoms.” Suggested ways of accomplishing this include:
- consistently and correctly encouraging people to use condoms when they are needed.
- providing information on where people can buy or obtain free condoms.
- sourcing and distributing condoms where no one else is or resources are scarce and insufficient.
- partnering with other organisations and companies to help ensure a sufficient and regular supply of good quality condoms for those who need them.
- encouraging influential leaders to support condom access and use.
- role modelling a non-judgemental, stigma-free attitude towards condom use for all.
- encouraging local and international donors to play roles in program financing and condom provision.
On page 38, ChildFund’s policy guide gives a promotion of Planned Parenthood’s largest abortion competitor, Marie Stopes International, indicating that it provides the full range of contraception, and performs “safe abortions.”
ChildFund in India, another affiliate of ChildFund International, has a page explaining its work in that area of the world with regard to the prevention of HIV and AIDS, called the Link Workers Scheme. In describing the impact of this program, ChildFund boasts that through this program, “25 million condoms have been distributed through 3000 condom outlets, outreach and social marketing.”
ChildFund claims to be a Christian organization, but its work to prevent the generation of children, and in fact its promotion of organizations that actively seek to exterminate children in the womb, makes it anything but a Christian organization. Because of its unwavering promoting of these grave moral evils, no Christian could ever, in good conscience, provide funds for, support, or a clean image for this organization.