S.2682 - United Nations Population Fund Restoration Act of 2008

A bill to direct United States funding to the United Nations Population Fund for certain purposes. view all titles (2)

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  • Short: United Nations Population Fund Restoration Act of 2008 as introduced.
  • Official: A bill to direct United States funding to the United Nations Population Fund for certain purposes. as introduced.

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Official Summary

United Nations Population Fund Restoration Act of 2008 - Requires that funds for a U.S. contribution to the United Nations Population Fund be used to: (1) provide equipment, medicine, and supplies to ensure safe childbirth and emergency obstetric care; (2) provide contraceptives for the pre

Official Summary

United Nations Population Fund Restoration Act of 2008 - Requires that funds for a U.S. contribution to the United Nations Population Fund be used to:
(1) provide equipment, medicine, and supplies to ensure safe childbirth and emergency obstetric care;
(2) provide contraceptives for the prevention of unintended pregnancies and the spread of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS;
(3) prevent and treat cases of obstetric fistula;
(4) reestablish maternal health services in areas where medical infrastructure have been destroyed or limited by natural disasters or armed conflict;
(5) promote abandonment of harmful traditional practices, including female genital mutilation and child marriage; and
(6) promote the access of unaccompanied women and other vulnerable people to vital services.

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