Grant the Holy See a permanent seat at WHO
The Holy See representation at the United Nations has applied to be enjoined at the World Health Organization but is receiving a lot of opposition from the pro-aborts and anti-family activists.
One of the leftists claimed that the WHO is not "a place for religious" representatives which is grossly wrong.
The World Health Organization prides itself on being "inclusive". The WHO website states:-The values of the WHO workforce... reflect the principles of human rights, universality and equity established in WHO’s Constitution as well as the ethical standards of the Organization.
For the longest time though, the WHO board did not have the representation of the faith-based community which forms the majority of the world's population.
The Holy See has been a vital voice at the United Nations especially for millions of Christians globally, it is thus important to have them enjoined as part of the board.
We call upon Christians from across the globe to stand with the Holy See as they apply to be enjoined in the WHo board.
Kindly sign this petition to the Executive Board of the World Health Organization asking them to be inclusive enough by accepting the application of the Holy See.
Sign this petition now!
Grant the Holy See a seat at the WHO