- Marlene Deal
- June 06, 2012 - 16:13
What great news that at last women in and around this facility will have a safe place to give birth. I do hope that staffing will not be a problem and training is being provided asap.Thank you Jennifer for the pic. Marlene.
- May 27, 2012 - 16:46
Every hospital, every organization, has a mission statement. These statements come from values/morals/beliefs, and it's erroneous to think that a "non-Christian" group doesn't have a belief system. In addition, you'll notice that the article shows that a local Bishop contacted this group to build the hospital. The people of these regions are predominately Christian/Catholic (sometimes also Muslim). To offer them a rhetoric that is in conflict with these beliefs as an ultimatum for receiving health care is equivocal to Colonialism.
- May 26, 2012 - 07:45
Yes, they need the help (considering all we take from them and their land.) What they don’t need is a Christian charity imposing upon them a so-called “charter of rights” that denies these women the dignity to make their own choice for themselves.
- May 26, 2012 - 10:49
So you go out, raise money to build your own hospitals on your own terms. Nope...you'd rather see some of these people die rather than be possibly exposed to some tenets of Christianity...maybe. Neither bit self-righteous, are you?
- valerie edwards
- May 26, 2012 - 11:34
Chantal, if their were no Christian charity to help them , then who among you non christians will. Womens lives not your choices is what is at stake here and dying women are not concerned with women libbers, Guess if you were dying and a christian could help you , you would refuse the help. YEAH RIGHT.
- May 26, 2012 - 15:18
What to hell has anybody ever taken from them or their land?They have nothing to take!I guess what they really need is a big mouth bloviator such as yourself looking to pick a fight for the sake of picking a fight so they can remain living in the dark ages and dying in wholesale batches?What a dumb idiot!