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Roving Reporter #128: Tessa Dale - ALL GIRLS ALLOWED

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The mission of All Girls Allowed is to restore life, value, and dignity to girls and mothers, and to reveal the injustice of China's One-Child Policy.† Since 1980, the implementation of China's One-Child Policy has led to female gendercide, abandonment of daughters, child trafficking and violations of women"ôs reproductive rights.† Through education, advocacy, strategic partnerships, and legal defense, All Girls Allowed strives to:† EXPOSE the truth about the One-Child Policy and mobilize the global community to advocate against the cruel methods used to enforce the One-Child Policy.† RESCUE victims of the One-Child Policy through four programs:† Ending Gendercide - Educating families against female gendercide and providing monthly stipends that ease the burden of having a baby girl. Educating Abandoned Girls - Providing scholarships for abandoned girls to receive primary, secondary and post-secondary education. Rescuing Trafficked Children - Resourcing parents to find their kidnapped children through an online search database and search & rescue campaigns. Defending Mothers - Providing legal defense to forced abortion victims as well as mothers who are in danger of forced abortion or forced sterilization.† CELEBRATE the work of God in bringing life, value and dignity to girls and mothers.† - All Girls Allowed To Download Audio go to


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