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The Global Human Rights Crisis


One out of three people are killed before birth


73 million every year*

1.4 million every week


2 every second


88% live in developing countries

The survivors face a crisis of faith themselves. What will they decide when they get pregnant? Who are they? What will they do about it? 



A Latin man, I always wanted to protect and provide for the vulnerable, especially the girls in my family. Then my girlfriend got pregnant. What am I to do? I'm a let down to my family. Can I even provide for her? I'm just a teen.**



Village life is rough. Weeding the garden. Getting sick on dirty water. Getting raped by the village boys. I haven't been feeling well since then and my period hasn't come. If I'm actually pregnant, my parents will kick me out. I'm a shame on my family.** 



An only child, my parents poured so much into me. But I always felt like someone was missing. After my high school graduation, my mom shared the news: my three younger siblings were aborted. Why am I alive and not my siblings? Am I responsible for their death?**

Who Will Help Them? 

Teens around the world face real crises, impacting not only their life, but also that of their family and often own preborn child. They feel alone, afraid, and rejected. 

Who will be there for them?


Who will empower Jose to step up and protect his preborn daughter and provide for her?


Who will advocate for Grace? Who will talk to the community leaders and her parents on her behalf and find her a safe place to live? 

Who will help Hung to find healing? Help her understand that it's not her fault that her siblings are gone, to forgive her parents, and to know Jesus' embrace?

Raising up 73 Million Life Savers

The only way to rescue the 73 million people whose lives are taken away in the womb is to raise up an army of 73 million in every village, city, and community to educate and support moms and dads in crisis pregnancy.  

Young people, especially students, are those most targeted by the abortion industry.

They're the demographic most likely to change their hearts and minds.

They're strategically located, every day engaging in school and university with abortion vulnerable girls and boys.

They drive culture. They are the future leaders of communities, business, and politics.

They are the future. 

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Developing Countries

Where 88% of abortions take place


Where less than 1% of pro-life funds are allotted 

Where little to no organized pro-life student movements exist 

The Strategy

We equip and empower students in developing countries to start and lead pro-life groups.  

Through virtual and in-person mentorship sessions, trainings, and workshops we provide the materials, mentorship, and training to local pro-life leaders and students to start pro-life school and university groups.


Students work together in these groups to educate their peers on the human rights crisis of abortion, to support those in pregnancy crisis, and to help those who have experienced abortion find healing in Jesus.

*World Health Organization, 2022

*Jose, Grace, and Hung represent millions of students in Latin America, Africa, and Asia facing circumstances like those described. Their stories are a compilation of the real life stories our team has encountered through our work. 

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