Health - UN opposes AIDS reductions in Uganda
It seems that the success of the abstinence program in Uganda has ruffeled a few feathers in the UN. Although the UN has admitted that condoms have a significant failure rate in preventing the aids infection, that hasn't stopped them from slamming a program that has worked better than anything the UN has done.
Ironically, the United Nations envoy to Africa, Canadian Stephen Lewis has complained that "To impose a dogma-driven policy that is fundamentally flawed is doing damage to Africa.". Of course, the UN doesn't have any dogma of its own. Other than the mostly secular humanist worldview they espouse that is. It seems the UN is imposing a dogma-driven policy that is more fundamentaly flawed.