Gynecologists, Obstetricians, making headway in Canada today

“Dr. Amanda Black, Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada (SOGC) is an angel with a blessed message. Dr. Black has been lecturing and campaigning on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Canada to champion the economic and social benefits of free and universal access to contraception for all Canadians,” said Katie Alsop, executive director for RINJ Women globally. “This is a crucial life-saving opportunity for all races, all creeds, all religions and certainly all humans,” Ms. Alsop added.

Supporting the campaign  are members of Action CanadaCART UBCProjectEmpowHER and The RINJ Foundation

By Sharon Santiago and Micheal John

Women’s Reproductive Rights are human rights and essential to achieving gender equality say doctors and nurses of The RINJ Foundation and its subsidiaries. Photo Art, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Women Humanitarians in Motion

The women’s medical workers at RINJ subsidiary units like NWOB say, “We’ll go anywhere to fight HIV/HBV”. Photo Credit: Sharon Santiago FPMag

Universal access to contraception.

“This project was launched on 20 September preceding an extremely important conference in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada,” noted Dr. Nassima al Amouri, one of The RINJ Foundation medical directors.

The Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada (SOGC) will hold its conference, FMC Québec 2023, from today, September 28 to 29 in Trois-Rivières, Quebec, Canada.

The SOGC is one of Canada’s oldest national specialty organizations and a Global Center of Excellence for women’s reproductive health.

Established in 1944, the Society sets out its mission as leading Canada’s advancement of women’s health through collaborative professional excellence.

Dr. Nassima was in an encrypted call with FPMag editor, Micheal John and Author Sharon Santiago from Montreal’s Mirabel Airport on Wednesday. FPMag held the story waiting for any breaking news from Ottawa, overnight. Canada’s federal government is no quicker than the lawmakers of developing nations, but a global change is drastically needed in these difficult times.

RINJ Women have been lecturing and advocating in over 13 languages around the world to governments and their representatives urging public policy makers to provide women and girls, above the age of consent, free contraceptives,” explained Dr. Al Amouri.

“We have even gone after Google which bans articles and even bans paid advertisements , in many countries, content that urges people to use condoms for the prevention of HIV and as an assist in avoiding pregnancy.

“Birth control doesn’t need to be this difficult a topic. Universal contraception is a much better protocol and far less morally-challenging than using abortion as a form of birth control which in my opinion must be banned and replaced with planning and contraception as the correct medical advice.

“The global population is hovering near 8 billion and millions of those people are finding it hard to feed themselves. Unwanted pregnancy is a problem the human species in its entirety must deal with and prevent. It is hard to believe that this is happening in the 21st century,” exclaimed Dr. al Amouri.

“The number one job of The RSAC Nurses Without Borders (RINJ Sexual Assault Clinics) in counseling rape and incest survivors is coping with sexually transmitted diseases including counseling those with morbid illness like HIV/HBV,” she added. 

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Art Based on submissions by Nundry. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective Magazine

Essential to achieving gender equality

“I wish nurses heading to Canada for the NWOBNorthern Lights project in Northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories, could attend this conference, but everyone is in transit and I know our training centers are doing a great job in Philippines, Syria and Venezuela.”

“The purpose of this conference is to train and educate healthcare professionals. We have many problems with diseases that affect women, and our annual sessions shed light on new procedures and guidelines,” said Dr. Diane Francoeur, Chief Executive Officer of the SOGC.

“Reproductive rights are human rights and must be protected. It is essential to the promotion of gender equality, the advancement of women’s autonomy and the reduction of poverty,” says Dr. Amanda Black, President of the SOGC.