Female genital mutilation (FGM) can have a devastating impact on the lives of women and girls who have undergone the procedure. FGM can cause physical and psychological harm, as well as social and economic consequences.
FGM is most commonly performed on girls before they reach puberty, and can cause significant physical and psychological harm.
According to World Health Organisation - Female genital mutilation (FGM) can cause a variety of health problems, including severe bleeding, infections, pain, and complications during childbirth.
The correlation between a good education and life outcomes is clear to see. Also clear to see is the correlation between poverty and FGM. Simply put, as research by Citi…