TORONTO, Jan. 26 /CNW/ - Prime Minister Stephen Harper, speaking at the
United Nation Commission in Geneva, where he is co-chair, on January
26, 2011, said that "initiatives to improve the health of women and
children in impoverished nations will create a 'wave of hope' through
the developing world."
"Mr. Harper has taken the lead in ensuring that women and children in
dire need of medical and basic health necessities will have the
financial assistance of Canada and other countries of good will", said
Mr. Jim Hughes, National President of Campaign life Coalition (CLC).
"Job well done Mr. Prime Minister!"
"We are proud of the fact that Canada will strive to ensure that the
money raised will actually be spent on nutrition, health care for
pregnant women and medicine and vaccines for themselves and their
babies to prevent disease," said Mary Ellen Douglas, National Organizer
of CLC. "This is true health care."
Campaign Life Coalition is a national, non-profit organization involved
in politics and action advocating for legal and cultural change in
Canada with respect to protecting human life and the family.
SOURCE Campaign Life Coalition
For further information:
Mary Ellen Douglas, CLC National Organizer, Kingston 613-389-4472
Jeff Gunnarson, CLC Toronto, 416-204-9749