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Thanks to your help, “Xingjuan” was saved from being given away to strangers

Xingjuan was eleven months old when we found her.  She is a rare third daughter in her family.  Rare, because even second daughters are at risk of being aborted or abandoned under China’s Two Child Policy.  Few third daughters are … Continue reading

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MARCH FOR LIFE D.C: VIRTUALLY “MARCHING” TO SAVE BABY GIRLS AND ABANDONED WIDOWS IN CHINA

Like so many, we were disappointed that the March for Life was virtual this year.   The March for Life has long been one of the highlights of our year.  There is no substitute for the energy of being in … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving! Babies, Mothers and Widows in China Are Grateful to You

As we celebrate a day of thanks with our families and loved ones, I hope you feel great about what you have done for the women and girls of China.  Because of your generous support, hundreds of mothers have been … Continue reading

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Today is World Children’s Day – “Third Daughter” Saved in China

“Zhilan’s” mom was ready to give her away to strangers, until she talked to our fieldworker! November 20 is World Children’s Day, commemorating the day in 1959 when the UN General Assembly adopted the Declaration of the Rights of the Child.  … Continue reading

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Chinese Baby Girl Saved from Sex-Selective Abortion at 6 months

This adorable three-week-old baby girl is “Jiao” (her name has been changed to protect her identity) – and she will never know how hard her brave mother fought to keep her alive.  Jiao’s mother wept as she told our undercover … Continue reading

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Chinese Valentine’s Day: We Saved This Baby Girl from being “Given Away.”

August 25th is the Qixi Festival — China’s Valentine’s Day — an important day for young Chinese girls.  Will you “Save a Girl” – a girl like Ming Mei — for China’s Valentine’s Day? Look at beautiful baby Ming Mei! … Continue reading

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Reggie’s Interview with Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk – Part 2 of 2

Dear Friend, I am grateful to Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk for interviewing me about our work “Saving Women in China.”  The conversation was so rich that one interview became two.  In this second interview, we discuss in detail our … Continue reading

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Int’l Day of the Girl Child – Chinese Baby Girl Saved

Keai Was Saved from Abortion by our Save a Girl Campaign As the world celebrates the International Day of the Girl Child, girl babies in China are still at risk, due to deadly son preference.  According to one U.N. estimate, … Continue reading

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LITTLEJOHN AT U.N. HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL IN GENEVA: CHINA IS A SEVERE ABUSER OF WOMEN’S RIGHTS

GENEVA, SWITZERLAND, JUNE 27, 2019.   Women’s Rights Without Frontiers co-hosted a Panel at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva, Switzerland, together with the Women’s United Nations Reporting Network.  WRWF President, Reggie Littlejohn, stated, “It was a great honor, … Continue reading

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