By Fatuma Hakar, The Media Project: With students from Jarirot primary school, we have highlighted the plight of children, talking to them about their rights, This is especially important to…
Fatuma Hakar runs Girlkind Kenya, supporting girls in Kenya and helping to end FGM.
Like any other year, during the school term breaks many girls are at risk of going through the cut, especially in Jarirot Village. We have highlighted the plight of children, taking count of the progress made in enabling the various children's rights.
Like any other year every summer school midterm break, many girls are at risk of going through the cut, with students from Tumaini primary school, we have highlighted the plight of children, taking count of the progress made in enabling the various children rights, especially orphans, children from deprived communities, children under juvenile justice, girls victimized by harmful cultural practices (FGM).
Fatuma Hakar is an anti-FGM campaigner, who also runs "Girl Kind" - a community project which supports girls and is helping to end FGM through education.
To commemorate International Women's Day 2021, Fatuma Hakar reports the Global Media Campaign which made a call to Kenyan media graduates to apply for direct action grants to amplify their activities for the celebrations. An average of USD 500 was given to each grantee.