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FGM in The Gambia

According to The Gambian Demographic and Health Survey 2013,  the national prevalence of FGM is at 75% for women/girls between the ages of 15 and 49. And 76% national prevalence of FGM among girls between the ages 15 and 19. (Data validated by UNFPA).

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Hospital Manager talks on Radio about ending FGM, North Bank Region, The Gambia, 

The radio talk show programme was conducted in kerewan, North Bank Region. This program was geared toward ending the practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in the region. This activity was done with community leaders such as the officer in charge of the hospital who talks about the implications of FGM and enlightened us on how it’s affecting women, especially during delivery.

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From Activist to Politician, The Gambia

Jaha Dukureh has been an anti-FGM activist for over ten years. As an FGM survivor, Jaha used her voice through the media to make sure other women don’t face the same pain and challenges she has had to face. Now she is using that voice to run for president in The Gambia.

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