International Day of the Unborn Child 25 March
The International Day of the Unborn Child is observed every March 25th. As a day, to celebrate the value of human life, dignity, and the developing child yet to be born.
El Salvador was the first to celebrate such a day in 1993, naming it the “Day of the Right to be Born”. However, it was in 1999, that the President of Argentina declared March 25th the “Day of the Unborn Child,” instigating the first official celebration of the weakest and most vulnerable human beings.
Saint Pope John Paul II fully supported the initiative and encouraged the spread of the celebration throughout the world.
International Day of the Unborn Child in India
In India, it is estimated that over 15 million abortions take place every year. Out of which, a huge proportion of these abortions are deemed to be medically unsafe. Accounting to be the third largest cause of maternal mortality. This is putting them at risk and endangering the lives of expecting mothers.
The Day of the Unborn Child is a day to remember all children who are hidden in their mother’s wombs, to celebrate their lives, to recommit to protecting them, and to advocate against the violence of abortion.
Abortions around the world
According to WHO, every year in the world there are an estimated 40-50 million abortions that take place. Which constitutes approximately 125,000 abortions per day. More than half of these pregnancies are unplanned, and the abortions administered are unsafe. Which may result in having a lasting effect on women’s physical and mental health.
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