China’s One-Child Policy, created over 30 years ago, is still enforced today. When a family can only have 1 child, they choose boys. Second time mothers face exorbitant fines or forced abortions. If they carry the baby girl to term, they often cannot afford to care for her. As a result, the little girl is at risk for infanticide, abandonment, or even sex trafficking. Since the start of China’s population control policies, 37 million girls have been lost - that’s more than the total of all genocides in the last 100 years combined.
This week you will provide food, clothing, and medical aid to a baby girl who was at risk of being abandoned or killed, due to the One-Child Policy. Your support will not only help a mother keep and care for her daughter, but also serves to restore the value of girls in the eyes of the community.
This week, your purchase helps save the life of a baby girl in China at risk of being abandoned or killed.
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