Benedict XVI does not CARE about women in Africa
Benedict XVI surrounded by Opus Dei eunuchs dwells in the lap of luxury at the Vatican Palace that rivals the palace of Europe’s monarchs. Benedict XVI does not care about Africa and its millions of suffering people, that is why he will not care to visit Africa during his short tenure as pope.
Benedict XVI is all talk and no action when it comes to Africa. He sends a few dollars to feed them but the bulk of money, the 5 BILLION Euros annual deposits to the Vatican bank he keeps managed by Opus Dei bankers filled with greed for the WORLD DOMINATION Agenda of St. Josemaria Escriva.
Tell Congress to stop the epidemic RAPE in Congo
Tell Congress to pass the International Violence Against Women Act
War has ravaged the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) for more than two decades. Almost 5.5 million are dead. Untold millions have been brutally attacked, mutilated and displaced.
Women and young girls, in particular, are singled out for one of the most heinous tools of war -- rape.
Speak out now and tell Congress to stand up to gender-based violence and pass the International Violence Against Women Act (IVAWA).
IVAWA will increase protection and services for women and girls facing gender-based violence, and direct more U.S. funding to violence prevention abroad. Do your part today and tell Congress to support IVAWA.
CARE staff has been on the ground in the DRC working with local community members to address the causes and consequences of violence against women and girls; however, much remains to be done to address this humanitarian crisis. Please, tell Congress to take action now and do everything in their power to stop the rape of women and girls in war-torn regions around the world like the DRC.
The targeted nature of this violence, especially in the context of war, is devastating. Rape survivors' scars and other physical disfigurements tell only half the story -- the emotional traumas that accompany them are unfathomable. You can help protect women and young girls around the world from gender-based violence -- send a letter to your member of Congress today and urge them to pass the International Violence Against Women Act.
Thank you for your support.
Helene D. Gayle MD, MPH
President and CEO, CARE