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Speaking Openly About FGM Could Save the African Girl Child

About 200 million girls and women are living with the horrors of female genital mutilation. Increased education and training on the negative effects of FGM could help put an end to the menace.

Speaking Openly About FGM Could Save the African Girl Child
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