Since its launch in 2007, Human Coalition has fused technology, best practices and tangible help to reach out to the previously unreached abortion-determined woman in an effort to end abortion.
The pro-life organization describes its mission this way:
Each year, there are approximately 1.4 million pregnant women in the U.S. who are abortion-determined. Most of them are unreached and under-served apart from the abortion industry. Finding them, communicating with them, serving them and caring for them long-term [are] essential to the increasingly successful effort to make abortion no longer sought and even more, unthinkable.
In an event titled "Rescuing Mothers and Children from Abortion Using Cutting-Edge Technology and Data" Wednesday afternoon at Family Research Council headquarters in Washington, D.C., Human Coalition co-founder Brian Fisher will share insights, research and startling conclusions from Human Coalition's Innovation Team based on their work with the abortion-determined population over the past five years. Using data analytics, testing and optimization techniques, and a non-profit framework built on business principles, Human Coalition is answering some vital questions necessary to ending abortion.
Those questions are:
- Why do women really seek abortions?
- How we do serve them properly so that they choose life?
- How many are coerced?
- How involved are churches in promoting a culture of life and helping hurting women?
- Can abortion really be ended?
You won't want to miss out on the answers. Click here to register for the livestream of this event, which begins at 12 p.m. EDT.
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