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Meshack Ian Acholla 5 Feb 17
Today is International Day of Zero Tolerance on FGM You can't miss to read this
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Value Female Network 6 Feb 17
about Every 10 minutes, a woman or girl is a victim of Join us to
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BRIAN AYOT 6 Feb 17
Young men take part in an awareness-raising-campaign against at Sanguri, Garissa County.
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Dhirre Dhirre Jul 20
Woow isn’t this just amazing!!😍 Together let’s stand against FGM
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Against FGM 6 Feb 17
Today is for FGM! Globally at least 200 millions girls and women have experienced . Let 's join together to !
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Marylize Biubwa 🌈🌈 6 Feb 17
its a universal problem. 200 million is not just a number.
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Amref Health Africa 5 Feb 17
We are aiming to eradicate FGM in sub-Saharan Africa by 2030, which will have direct positive effects on the following areas:
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CS Sicily K. Kariuki (EGH) 6 Feb 17
My gratitude to the people of Garissa for hosting the Internarional Day for Zero Tolerance to FGM. Together we will
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werner schultink 6 Feb 17
Celebrating anti-FGM day in Garissa, . Tradition should not be reason to continue harmful practice!
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FEMNET 6 Feb 17
as it increases the risk of HIV transmission for girls and
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Rushanara Ali 6 Feb 17
137,000 women and girls are affected by FGM in England and Wales. We must continue to fight to
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Charity Pads 6 Feb 17
We need to and , collectively! Photo credit: Winston Elliot
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Stop FGM 5 Feb 17
Healthy women and healthy babies are very important for the future of the country. Protect tomorrow's generation
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Kipkemoi Gilbert 5 Feb 17
Study sjows that women who had undergone FGM faced a significantly greater risk of requiring a Caesarean section.
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LeadingAge Minnesota 16 May 18
We want to of 7% in funding for MNs for seniors & people w/ disabilities to access supportive services because these funds improve their quality of life and helps them remain independent, at home and connected to community.
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Jody Hudson 17 May 18
I want the to of 7% in funding for Minnesotans with disabilities to access supportive services because Brad matters! He spreads joy, laughter and light throughout our community.
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Asianut mercy 6 Feb 17
Denouncing safeguarding girls & women against the physical risks of FGM& caring for those who suffer from its consequences.
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Ashnita 5 Feb 17
there is hope that in the coming years educated somalis won't support FGM
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Alicia Munson 17 May 18
I want the to of 7% in funding for with disabilities who access Home & Community Based Services bc they have a right to live, work, learn & participate in their communities!
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Biola University 6 Jun 17
Help us reach 1,000 RTs in order to raise awareness against the proposed over-$1,000 cut to Cal Grants!
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