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Desert Flower Centre South Australia Ambassador/Educator Khadija Gbla talks about her FGM experience:
"... what i would love for them to realize is that fgm is happening in our own backyard right here in australia in our cities and 200 000 women as survivors of fgm in australia 11 girls a day at risk of FGM so it's a local problem that we need to address..."
From GUAP: Payzee Mahmod is an FGM victim and child marriage survivor during lockdown and put together a short, emotive video feature. This on going violence happens to girls and women across the world and in the UK is something which people need to have a first hand insight on to really understand this horrific abuse.
From Global Citizen: Leyla Hussein is a Somali-British activist, writer, and licensed psychotherapist.
In 2013, she founded The Dahlia Project, the UK’s first therapy service for female genital mutilation (FGM) survivors - and a year later appeared in “The Cruel Cut”, a BAFTA-nominated Channel 4 documentary on FGM in the UK.
From Toronto Star: Yasmin Mumed was subjected to female genital mutilation (FGM), also known as female genital cutting, at age 6 in Ethiopia. She grew up in Scarborough and studies at the University of Guelph. She is one of more than 200 million girls worldwide who have been cut.
This is the story of Fatima, 6, who is about to undergo female genital mutilation (FGM) in her village in Gash Bakar. Learn how UNFPA is fighting FGM in Eritrea, where it is widely practiced, with an overall prevalence of 83% (Eritrean Population Health Survey, 2010).
Female genital mutilation is being practiced not just in Africa but in the heart of Mumbai in India.
The Hindustan Times speaks to several ‘victims’ who are becoming the face of a brave fight back.
VICE investigates the practice of Female Genital Mutilation in Asia, and how common it is even in progressive countries like Singapore. We follow VICE host, Natashya Gutierrez, as she meets women who speak openly about the harmful effects of FGM, and questions why there are no laws that protect against it.
From Plan International UK: “There is no benefit. It only causes us pain.” In communities in Sierra Leone and around the world, we’re working with girls who want to make sure future generations don’t have to undergo female genital mutilation.
From The National FGM Centre: Watch as Lucy describes her experience of FGM in Cameroon and how she has worked to stop the practice continuing in her family: "...I survived the practice myself but my twins, not my twin sister didn't survive the practice and stuff..."
From The GUARDIAN: Marking the UN’s International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation five Nigerian girls who recently underwent FGM in Cross River State talk about the horror of what happened to them and why the want the brutal and illegal practice in Nigeria stopped.
From As/Is: "... My name is Soraya Moray, I'm originally from Somalia. Growing up in Somalia, no one ever talked about it.I heard rumors that you know, my classmates were calling me the girl with three legs. They wouldn't play with me. They said I was untouchable somehow. I asked questions to my Mom: Why are they calling me the girl with three legs? She said, "Well, it's time to get your gift."...
In this safeHands.org-Film, Hibo discusses the days leading up to being cut - the celebration and joy - and the days after - the pain, anger, and betrayal. ‘It was being butchered by the people you love the most that was the most hurtful thing.’