Category Archives: China’s missing girls

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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Today Is Giving Tuesday – Help Us Save Women and Girls in China!

We’ve Received $5000 in Matching Funds! We need $50,000 to continue our work! We only ask for support once a year! Dear Friends, In this season of giving, please remember the women and babies of China, who are still enduring conditions … Continue reading

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Celebrate New Life By Helping Save Girls in China

This is “Huiqing,” a one month old baby girl, born in a remote village in China.  Who wouldn’t love this adorable baby?  We hope she will never know the firestorm of controversy that her birth brought to her family – … Continue reading

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Have Researchers Really “Found” Many of China’s 30 Million Missing Girls?

    Some girls may be hidden, but sex-selective abortion and abandonment are still very serious problems in China.   An article came out in the Washington Post Wednesday entitled, “Researchers may have ‘found’ many of China’s 30 million missing … Continue reading

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