Or fight for the poor. It is not possible to fight for both. Only one has all the ease attributable to copious funding.
At the 2012 London Summit on Family Planning, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the U.K. Department for International Development joined forces with UNFPA and USAID in an effort to put family planning at the forefront of the global development funding agenda. There they launched the FP2020 initiative. The quantitative goal of FP2020, known as “120 by 20,” seeks “to enable 120 million more women and girls to use contraceptives by 2020.” Elsewhere on its website, the target is described as “extending contraceptive access.”
From this article. Worth the read, one is granted a stark view of all the unelected members of various organizations pushing a certain agenda all across the world. If anyone is inclined to quickly dispel theories about a global elite running things, feel free to continue to do so. It doesn’t change the fact that organizations acting publicly are indeed placing their efforts in creating changes they desire all across the world.