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30 FGM survivors to undergo reconstructive clitoral surgery

30 FGM survivors to undergo reconstructive clitoral surgery

30 FGM survivors to undergo reconstructive clitoral surgery
Nearly 30 women who had suffered Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) will this week undergo free reconstructive surgery at Karen Hospital, Nairobi County.
Nearly 30 women who had suffered FGM will this week undergo free reconstructive surgery at Karen Hospital, Nairobi County #EndFGM

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Heed their screams: say no to FGM

Heed their screams: say no to FGM

You would think with all the new developments happening around, marriage .a Maasai girl is safe from the despicable things such as circumcision marriage. Yes, some people think that is now a myth and nothing but one of the story lines similar to ”The river between ”.
Girl circumcision in

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These British Women Are All Survivors Of Female Genital Mutilation

These British Women Are All Survivors Of Female Genital Mutilation

In early 2015, psychotherapist and female genital mutilation (FGM) campaigner Leyla Hussein approached photographer Jason Ashwood with the idea of a photo project that celebrated FGM survivors as beautiful, confident, and proud of their achievements, despite their suffering.
The result was The Face of Defiance, a series of portraits of

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Mother of ten refuses to have her daughters undergo FGM

Mother of ten refuses to have her daughters undergo FGM

Naomi Ghatti Marwa, 47, from Ntimaru, Kuria East, committed a cardinal sin against her people after refusing to allow her girls to undergo female circumcision.
This stance was seen as an affront to her community’s values and she has paid the ultimate price of violence and ex-communication from her people.

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Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Preparations

Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Preparations

PART ONE– PREPARATIONS

In Samburu culture, immediately the girl is born, she is separated from her mother by a young girl who cuts the umbilical cord.
There is a celebration that is held called “IKIPOKET”. During this celebration, fathers are not supposed to neither participate nor feast in any

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Human rights hinge on women’s healthcare

By Joyce Meyer
This past week Helen Clark, head of the United Nations Development Program, addressed the UNDP Global Center for Public Service Excellence on the need for Women’s Equal Participation and Leadership in Decision-Making: A Global Development Priority. Her remarks are in concert with the post-2015 United Nations sustainable development agenda as she

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