It prohibits US funding for any international aid groups which give women information about abortion, even if they do not perform the procedures.Ms Ploumen said the fund could be supported by governments, businesses and social organisations concerned by the US President’s actions in order to “compensate this financial setback as much as possible”.

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At the same time, men from many different countries find it more and more difficult to find a life partner, in their own country, who still believe in the traditional family values.

Russian women are generally well-educated, contemporary women who still believe in the traditional family.

She told colleagues: “This has far-reaching consequences.

First of all, for all those women who have to make, if they want to have a child, a choice, but also for their husbands and children and society as a whole. It leads to more irresponsible practices in back rooms and more maternal deaths.” She also quoted figures from Marie Stopes International, one group which would lose funding under the initiative, suggesting up to 14 women a day could die as a result of the gag.

The Netherlands is seeking to set up an overseas abortion fund to counteract Donald Trump’s recent ban against funding international groups which give women information about terminations.

Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Lilianne Ploumen for the Dutch government has announced she intends to establish an international fund which would finance projects relating to access for birth control, abortion and women’s education, throughout developing countries.

9 comments The Netherlands is committed to choice in Dutch education and you'll find a huge range of schools in the Netherlands to consider when enrolling your child into the Dutch education system, including numerous international schools of which some are also subsidised.

Compulsory education in the Netherlands, by law, applies to children of all nationalities from 5 to 18 years who are living in the Netherlands.

View of Table Bay with ships of the Dutch East India Company, c. In the 1600s the size of the Dutch merchant fleet probably exceeded the combined fleets of England, France, Spain, Portugal, and Germany.