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With a heart for the marginalised and lost, our founder – Ann-Marie Wilson – first witnessed Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and obstructed labour in West Darfur in 2005.

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Anyone who is concerned about FGM can either report this to the police or ring the confidential helpline established by the NSPCC on 0800 028 3550.

In an emergency situation if you or someone you know is at risk of harm please ring 999. The police and health services are trained to keep you safe.

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FGM Blog

FGM in the UK - Guest blog by Jade Botha Jade Botha became aware of FGM while studying in the UK for masters degree in education studies. Inspired to focus on FGM in the UK for her dissertation, Jade explains what she learnt and why she supports the campaign to end FGM.
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FGM Talk, St Paul's Winchmore Hill

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In the news

Press Release: 9 out of 10 girls in Mali at risk of FGM

FGM in Mali

28 Too Many's new research, Country Profile: FGM in Mali, confirms that FGM remains a major issue in Mali and that 91% of girls and women have experienced FGM. The report details the practice and explains the underlying social drivers which support the continuation of FGM.

Faith Leaders unite to condemn female genital mutilation and forced marriage

Declarations signed by over 350 UK faith leaders were presented to the UK Government at the Girl Summit in London on 22nd July 2014. The declarations make clear that female genital mutilation (FGM) and forced marriage (FM) are not religious requirements and that no faith supports these harmful practices.

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