Author Archives: Reggie Littlejohn

Dr. James Dobson interviews Reggie on our work in China

Dear Friend, I am grateful to Dr. James Dobson for his two landmark radio interviews concerning our work in China.  Here is the first, concerning the suffering of women and baby girls in China, and my personal journey into dedicating … Continue reading

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It’s Giving Tuesday! Double your impact to help babies and women in China!

We’ve Received $10,000 in Matching Funds! We need $75,000 to continue our work! Dear Friend, In this season of giving, please remember the mothers, babies and widows of China, who are still enduring conditions beyond our imagination. In the United … Continue reading

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Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday! Please Help the Women and Girls of China!

Double Your Impact!   We have $10,000 in Matching Funds! Dear Friend, The women and girls of rural China continue to live lives of hardship that we can hardly imagine.  Forced abortion and the sex-selective abortion and abandonment of baby girls … Continue reading

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China: WRWF Launches “Save A Widow” Campaign on 38th Anniversary of the One Child Policy

Mrs. Wu is fifty years old. Her husband ended his life by jumping into the dam seven years ago, because he was diagnosed with terminal liver cancer, and they could not afford treatments at the hospital. Mrs. Wu’s heart broke. She … Continue reading

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China’s One (Now Two) Child Policy Turns 38: Destitute Widows, the Invisible Victims

“Mrs. Li” is 70 years old and lives in rural China. Her husband died 30 years ago of leukemia. They could not afford treatment, so her husband died without it.   She had three children.  Her daughter was killed in a car accident.  Her … Continue reading

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China Denies Plan to End Two-Child Policy

According to a Reuters report this week, “All content on family planning has been dropped in a draft civil code being deliberated by top lawmakers on Monday, the Procuratorate Daily [a state-run newspaper affiliated with China’s prosecutor’s office] wrote in a post … Continue reading

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World Day Against Trafficking in Persons: Gendercide and Sexual Slavery in China

This time last year, a report emerged that a Chinese woman from Anhui Province died after her husband pressured her into aborting four pregnancies in a year, because he wanted a son. The couple already had a four-year-old daughter. After … Continue reading

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Newborn Baby Girl with Umbilical Cord Attached Apparently Thrown Over a Wall

A newborn baby girl was found abandoned at the bottom of a six-foot wall in a trash-filled courtyard in Fuzhou City, Fujian Province on Friday, June 1, International Children’s Day.   She was lying next to her placenta with her umbilical cord … Continue reading

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China to End Two-Child Policy? Don’t Celebrate Yet!

According to a Bloomberg report, anonymous sources have stated that the State Council (China’s Cabinet) has commissioned research on the impact of ending China’s two-child policy, possibly within the next year. “The leadership wants to reduce the pace of aging in China’s population … Continue reading

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This Mother’s Day, Help Us “Save a Girl” in China!

This Mother’s Day, honor your mother by helping us save girls in China – girls like little Bao-Jun! Look at this sweet and innocent face! This is “Bao-Jun” (we have not used her real name, to protect her identity), one … Continue reading

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