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Kenyan Girls Who Developed App to Fight Female Genital Mutilation Nominated for Sakharov Prize

The app – i-Cut – makes it easier for young women to seek help, find a rescue centre or report the procedure to the authorities.

Kenyan Girls Who Developed App to Fight Female Genital Mutilation Nominated for Sakharov Prize

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