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Leni Feb 6
Today is International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM. This is an issue that I am investing a lot of time into and trying so hard to educate myself so I can raise awareness for others. It’s time to for those girls that can’t do it for themselves 🧡
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SDAS Feb 1
SDAS say Call Time On FGM! 5 days to go until Zero Tolerance to FGM Day! These clocks will be hidden around Portsmouth city centre from Monday 5th February, if you spot one, take a photo and upload with 💛
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Bournemouth Hospital Feb 6
On International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, we're joining voices to
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PCC Hampshire & IOW Feb 15
We fund dedicated provision within to support victims of FGM & work with affected communities to develop their own solutions to end it. Here's a trailer showing an eg of what the partnership means
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PCC Hampshire & IOW Feb 11
So important we help to - the PCC is proud to be funding dedicated provision within to support & work with communities to increase knowledge and awareness. Watch to learn more:
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PCC Hampshire & IOW Feb 9
Did you know it was International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation this week? Watch how we joined together with the fantastic staff and others in saying :
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Claire Lomas Feb 6
Second shoot of the day in was with some amazing staff members at & others, who we joined in saying . Such a hugely important issue we must continue to raise awareness of
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JayJay Feb 6
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VS Hampshire Feb 6
If you would like support in relation to International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, then please get in touch with us direct on 02380 240616
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JayJay Feb 6
supporting FGM on the walk today
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VS Hampshire Feb 6
Today is the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation. In the UK, FGM is considered to be child abuse and carries a maximum prison sentence of 14 years; Lets
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PCC Hampshire & IOW Feb 6
Heading through Victoria Park in earlier, spreading awareness of FGM.
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PCC Hampshire & IOW Feb 6
The walk has arrived at Portsmouth's civic centre!
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MackrellTG#Surrey Feb 6
As well as being since women were given the vote in UK, today is the international day of zero tolerance for female genital mutilation. An estimated 137,000 females are affected by FGM in England & Wales
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Solent Sexual Health Feb 6
FGM Help & Advice: Call the NSPCC FGM helpline on 0800 028 3550 for more information or email them at fgmhelp@nspcc.org.uk
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UHS NHS FT Feb 6
There is no excuse, - If you would like more information or need help and support, see the NHS Choices page here:
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UHS NHS FT Feb 6
FGM causes pain, infections and can cause fertility problems. It is considered child abuse and carries a prison sentence of up to 14 years.
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UHS NHS FT Feb 6
There are an estimated 137,000 women and girls affected by genital mutilation in England and Wales.
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Elisha Pilmoor Feb 6
QA midwife is combating FGM after 85 cases were reported in Portsmouth last year. Today, a march is taking place in the city for International Day of Zero Tolerance for FGM
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