recent campaigns in Ethiopia
FGM in Ethiopia
According to The Ethiopian Demographic and Health Survey 2005, the national prevalence of FGM is at 74% for women/girls between the ages of 15 and 49. And 62% national prevalence of FGM among girls between the ages 15 and 19. (Data validated by UNFPA).
Ubax Jamal Mohamed, (a female journalist from FM Jigjiga station) visited Dr. Rudwan Hassan Mohamud Who operates Hayat Mental Health Care & Rehabilitation Centre. A psychiatric ward that focuses on mental health disorders and psychological difficulties in Jigjiga city. The interview was recorded and used as part of a radio conversation show that informed 1 million listeners of the ill effects that occur due to FGM.
Powerful messages from students that are inspired to take action to help end FGM.
GMC Supports Media Training on Sensitive Reporting on Harmful Practices for Media Practitioners from Eastern & Southern Africa
GMC alongside the African Union led and supported the media training that took place on 5th-7th July 2022 in Nairobi, Kenya.
Executive Summary The latest phase of the Irish Aid religious leaders fatwa
Journalists End FGM talk about recent FGM survivor Documentary, Broadcast to Three Main Somali TV Stations, Somalia Region, Ethiopia
My name is Ahmed Abdirahman Ibrahim, a Somali journalist from RTN Somali TV Jigjiga Office Type of Media and its reach Type of media: Television known us RTN Somali TV, Jigjiga Office.
Enough is Enough Religious Scholar and Medical Professionals Speak Out on Radio To End FGM, Somali Region, Ethiopia
Ubah Jamal Mohamed is a Journalist working for Jijiga FM Radio and a journalist by trained Global Media Campaign for the last two years to do the best the media campaigns. Ubah is a media campaigner who is interested in ending FGM and eradicating harmful traditional practices in the Somali region.
Radio talks on what role Mosques Play in Raising Awareness about FGM as a Community Guide, in Putland, Somalia
In this day and age of the 21st century, is it recognized that voice is empowerment. Women and girls either shy away or lack the platform to present their grievances directly to decision-makers, the proposed media campaign program will publicise girls’ harmful acting by traditional cutting. The opportunity to raise awareness as in imposing experience of self-worth which this campaign anticipates realizing.
My name is Shucayb Obsiiye, I am a Somali journalist based in Jigjiga who has worked with some of the main media houses in the region for the past years. I currently work for Horn cable TV in the Somali region of Ethiopia. In addition, I am one of the journalists who write on social media from the Somali region of Ethiopia country.
My name is Mohamed Ali and I am a Somali journalist working for Kebri-Dahar FM in the Somali region.
It is my pleasure to get my first opportunity in working Global Media Campaign and I am very interested in being part of the international media campaign to end FGM in the Somali Region.
My name is Farhan Ahmed, a Somali journalist from MMTV Jigjiga Office based in Jigjiga capital city of the Somali region of Ethiopia in the last two years I have worked with some other main media houses in the region. I was one of the journalists who succeeded to carry out a media campaign program on October 11.
In Depth Report on the Consultative meeting for the regional Bureaus to finalize the draft FGM Fatwa, On Horn Cable TV, Ethiopia
Shucayb Obsiye is a media campaigner and focal person of the Global Media Campaign in Somali Region Ethiopia. Obsiye is based in Jigjiga and works Horn Cable TV has organized a half-day Consultative meeting for the regional Bureaus to finalize the draft FGM Fatwa to end FGM in Somali Region.