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What could be more evil than sending truckloads of contraceptives and abortifacients to Typhoon Yolanda stricken areas when what they need right now is critical medical care, food and shelter? Only the purveyors of death can think of something as dastardly as this. I am re-posting a blog with the hope of sounding the alarm that despite the TRO issued against the Reproductive Health Law, the Culture of Death crowd won’t stop at anything to spread this demonic-inspired “act of kindness”!

Please read and share-away!

Taken from here: http://pinoytemplars.blogspot.com/2013/11/kicking-us-while-were-down-typhoon.html

On November 8, 2013, Typhoon Yolanda/Haiyan made landfall in Central Philippines.  To date, there are 4000+ confirmed dead, 6,000+ more feared dead, roughly 9 million affected, and 40,000+ homes damaged or destroyed.

Aid has been pouring in from many countries.  But while more than six hundred thousand people have been displaced and there seems to be no end to the suffering and devastation, these organizations have the gall to bring death devices to our shores.  Two and a half million people are in need of food, clothing, shelter and medicine.  There is shortage in all affected areas because of corruption and distribution problems, and yet this is the “help” they decide to bring.

From IPPF, November 15:

Over the next 3 months our clinics and volunteers will engage in the implementation of the Minimum Initial Service Package for Reproductive Health (MISP). It is targeted to reach and serve more than 60,000 individuals in 8 of the hardest hit and badly affected provinces in the country. Our local clinics will be reinforced with staff and volunteers from Luzon and Mindanao and the National Office.

What is MISP?

The MISP is IPPF’s cooridnated set of priority activities. They are designed to:

prevent and manage the consequences of sexual violence
prevent excess neonatal and maternal morbidity and mortality
reduce HIV transmission
plan for comprehensive reproductive health services in the early weeks of an emergency.
From Every Mother Counts, November 14:

The five objectives of the MISP are as follows:

• To ensure that the health sector/cluster identifies a organization to implement the MISP
• To prevent and manage the consequences of sexual violence
• Reduce the transmission of HIV/AIDS
• Prevent excess maternal morbidity and mortality
• Plan for comprehensive RH services to be integrated into primary health services
More from IPPF East & South East Asia & Oceania Region:  http://www.ippfeseaor.org/en/What-we-do/SPRINT/What+is+MISP.htm
What is SPRINT?

SPRINT is an initiative designed to ensure that sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services are made available to populations during humanitarian crises. SPRINT promotes the Minimum Initial Service Package for Reproductive Health in Crisis Situations (MISP).

The MISP guides planning for the introduction of more comprehensive SRH services as and when the situation allows.

Understanding the Language of Abortion:
 
Management of consequences of sexual violence, post-rape treatment services = emergency contraception, i.e., abortifacients
Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) as Part of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP):
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PAS (International Projects Assistance Services) is an organization dedicated to promoting and assisting in the procurement of abortion.  They also design, manufacture and distribute Manual Vacuum Aspiration devices.

More information on them from Charity Navigator — you can scroll down to the bottom to see the other abortion organizations they work with.

The UNFPA, the IPPF, IPAS, and all these pro-abortion organizations work with the Philippine Department of Health, through LGUs, the NDRRMC, etc.

UNFPA is supporting the DOH in integrating RH services in national and local disaster preparedness and response plans. In line with this, UNFPA is assisting government and non-government partners build their capacities to implement the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for RH during emergencies aimed at saving lives and preventing illness, especially among women and girls. But to ensure sustainability, UNFPA is advocating for DOH to institutionalize the MISP for RH at the national and local levels through an issuance of an Administrative Order (AO). In this regard, UNFPA shall be providing technical assistance to the DOH in the development of the AO on MISP-RH.

What are Reproductive Health Kits?

The essential drugs, equipment and supplies to implement the MISP have been assembled into a set of specially designed prepackaged kits – The Inter-Agency Reproductive Health Kits. The kits complement the objectives laid out in Reproductive Health in Humanitarian Settings: An Inter-agency Field Manual. The resource is also available in French and Spanish.

Read more:  Philippines Typhoon Haiyan Response and Recovery from the Inter-Agency Working Group on Reproductive Health in Crises:  http://iawg.net/philippines-typhoon-haiyan-response-and-recovery/

We also offer our full-fledged support to humanitarian and local actors that are working to implement the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health as part of their response and to ensure access to comprehensive RH services as soon as the situation allows. The MISP was designed to respond to the reproductive health needs of populations from the onset of a crisis response to reduce morbidity and mortality, particularly among women and girls. The Inter-agency field manual on RH in humanitarian settings serves as the authoritative guidance on implementation of the MISP and comprehensive RH services in humanitarian settings. Click here to read the full IAWG advocacy statement

IAWG Advocacy Statement for the Philippines, November 15, 2013:
What are “comprehensive reproductive health services”?
 
Simply put, access to everything, including abortion and post-abortion care.

Note that we are posting this to increase awareness about the language that is employed by UNFPA, IPPF, IPAS and these other organizations to promote abortion.  This post should not be misconstrued as condoning or excusing rape.
Rape is a heinous crime and a violation against women, and yes, it should be prevented at all costs. RAPE PREVENTION should be a priority in any and every crisis situation.
But what are these organizations doing, if not encouraging rape?
At the very least, they are giving out emergency contraception, i.e., abortifacients to rape victims.
Worst case scenario?  MISPs include Manual Vacuum Aspiration devices used to perform abortions.
There is no consequence here for the rapist, it’s all on the woman.  How is this empowering?

Ladies and gentlemen, this is not help.  THIS is rape of the most unconscionable kind.  We have 4,000 dead and possibly thousands more unidentified, and we are allowing these organizations to come in and take our dignity away from us even further.  They are stealing our souls and we are allowing it to happen.

If PDAF angers you, if government inaction on and delayed response to Yolanda enrage you, if the irregularities at DSWD makes you see red, then the actions of the UNFPA, the IPPF, FPOP (IPPF’s local affiliate), etc., should not fail to move you.

If you see anything suspicious, PLEASE post something on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pro-life-Philippines-Foundation-Inc/209427702418056) , on Twitter, SOMEWHERE. Call someone.  Call Pro-Life Philippines.  Call the CBCP.  But you cannot keep quiet, or they will take our silence as acquiescence and continue this violence on our women unabated.  Remember that the people who are involved with PDAF and passing the RH Bill are the same people involved in pushing for abortion here.  Now is not the time to keep silent.

November 14:
A closer look at those canisters:
November 15:
November 16:
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