Genital Mutilation

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To Curb FGM, Our Project Focuses on the Cutters

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

This fall our pilot project in a town in Mali will test the premise that the women who perform female genital mutilation are also ready for a change. But first they need a new line of work.

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