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28TooMany 47m
The Reproductive Health Law in clearly prohibits but lack of implementation of this national legislation means that enforcement of the law is practically non-existent. More info in our report here
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28TooMany Mar 20
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28TooMany Mar 20
Since at least 2008, there has been a significant shift in away from traditional practitioners & towards health professionals performing FGM but laws still do not explicitly address medical malpractice although is illegal More info here
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28TooMany Mar 19
Although the prevalence of in is 24.8%, in Osun State, it is as high as 76.6%. See our website for more information including our report on & to
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Shujaa_Sadia Hussein Feb 9
Special thanks to Kenya police Hola station who joined football tournament. They won 4 against raising stars 2 & qualified for finals. "FGM is illegal, as law enforcers, we want to urge to , failure to which we will apply the law" Team captain
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Shujaa_Sadia Hussein Jan 7
Unstoppable Everyone should here for benchmarking on how to Congratulations chief Mumina Harun!
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28TooMany Mar 27
In , 80.9% of women and 78.8% of men aged 15–49 believe should NOT continue. For more information on FGM in Senegal, including our report, see our website here
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KELIN Mar 4
Replying to @KELINKenya
Read more on the case here: .
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28TooMany Mar 25
Civil society orgs in report that, even in states where laws have been passed criminalising , there are many challenges to implementing them, incl lack of knowledge of the law, even among police & judiciary. See our FREE report here
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KELIN Mar 4
Replying to @KELINKenya
FGM is a violent act that affects over 200 million girls and women globally. Those who undergo FGM suffer gross human rights violations, physical and emotional trauma, injustice, and are robbed of their dignity as well as their right to health.
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28TooMany Mar 26
The regions in Guinea-Bissau with the highest FGM prevalence among women aged 15-49 are in the east: Gabú (96.3%) and Bafatá (86.8%). More information on in , including our report, available FREE on our website here
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28TooMany Mar 21
prevalence in remains one of the highest in the world. It will be a complex challenge to and the implementation of national legislation is a key part of the strategy. More info here
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28TooMany Mar 26
Do laws in your country criminalise practised by doctors, nurses or midwives? The increase in medicalised FGM is a huge challenge in many countries, incl , , , & . Read more about medicalisation & here
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28TooMany Mar 25
Although in , the prevalence of in women aged 15-49 is 83.0%, 82.2% of women aged 15-49 & 83.5% of men aged 15-59 believe FGM should be stopped. More info on FGM in Eritea, including our report available FREE on our website here
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End FGM Mar 8
Replying to @28TooMany
For the day today launch a guide to anti-FGM law. Their research is second to none and as much as possible informed by people on the ground
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28TooMany Mar 24
Have you seen our report: “LIBERIA: THE LAW & FGM”? Download this FREE comprehensive easy-to-read report here
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28TooMany Mar 23
prevalence in varies widely from 77.8% in the south to 6.0% in the centre. More information, including our report on , available on our website here
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End FGM Jan 27
Ireland's first FGM prosecution - Married couple get prison sentences for FGM via
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🇩🇯 Djibouti Kaaley Feb 13
RT : The prevalence of FGM in women aged 15-49 in is 93.1%. For more information, including our report on , see our website here
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28TooMany Mar 25
Our today comes from Empowerment Generation Founder
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