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Jingles on Social Media to help End FGM, Nigeria

By Davidson Malison

Davidson Malison an anti-FGM campaigner reports on the media projects that he delivered to help end FGM in Nigeria.

The Media project outline:

We had series of engagements in the commemoration of the 2021 International Women’s Day.
First, was the production of jingles (English and Pidgin) which were circulated through various media outlets and social media platforms.
The second was a 1-hour live program at JayFm Jos tagged ‘Let’s Talk Morning Show’ on the 8th March 2021.

Last, was a rural Campaign Awareness program on the day in Bassa LGA of Plateau where selected women were taught on the Roles of Women in building a better society, the Importance of women in leadership, and Gender-Based Violence with a focus on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and rape.

Conclusion:

The aim of the program was well achieved because the number of calls and accolades received during the Live Program on JAYFM radio, Jingles Publicity, and Rural Awareness program was awesome and commendable.
Thank you GMC-FGM for the opportunity to amplify our voices in our collective quest of ending FGM.

Ruth Harley

Ruth Harley is an opera singer, writer, and creative. She is running The Women’s Vinyl Project which empowers women and girls through singing and music. She is working with GMC as the Website News Editor, compiling stories written by End FGM campaigners working with the Global Media Campaign to End FGM across Africa.