World Health Organization (WHO)
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Conference: Singapore Model United Nations Committee: World Health Organisation (WHO) Delegation: Canada
Surrogate Births Elimination of Mosquito-Borne Diseases
In this position paper, Surrogacy will be defined as a process whereby a fertile woman carries an unborn child for intended parents with the intention of returning the child to the intended parents after childbirth. Surrogacy started off as a process only available to heterosexual couples. However, since the legalization of homosexual couples in 2005, surrogacy is no longer limited to heterosexual couples but open to homosexual couples as well, after legalizing the marriage.
Canada remains one of the top few countries that foreigners flock to, to look for surrogate mothers. This shows us that surrogacy is indeed of high demand,...