Positive but Risky Decision: Sex-Selective Abortions Will Be Banned
July 15, 12:00

The ban of sex-selective abortions is a positive and most important step forward, experts believe, but they voice about possible risks and necessity of preventive tools. The Media Center held a discussion entitled “Sex-Selective Abortions Will Be Banned: What Effect Will the Law Have?” The speakers included: Gayane Avagyan, Head of Maternity and Reproductive Health Care Division of MOH; Garik Hayrapetyan, UN Population Fund (UNFPA) Assistant Representative; Vahan Asatryan, Head of Research and Development Department at International Center for Human Development; and Tatevik Aghabekyan, Program Manager at the Women's Resource Center.

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