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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.

Need help?

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

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

Do you need an expert witness report on FGM? If yes please click here

 

FGM Blog

Why Men Should Care About FGM - Guest blog by Stephen Williams A guest blog by Stephen Williams, a friend of Ann-Marie Wilson and supporter of 28 Too Many and our work to end this harmful practice. In his blog Stephen explains why he cares about this issue and believes other men need to stand against FGM.
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Country Reports

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We are pleased to publish our new report from Gambia.

Events

31st March 2015

Ending FGM - Soroptimist International Woking and District

28 Too Many's Caroline and Ruth are pleased to be able to join the Woking and District branch of Soroptimist International to share about our work to end FGM.

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In the news

Will 2015 be the beginning of the end of FGM in The Gambia? news

 

As we approach International Women's Day 2015, 28 Too Many release new research on FGM in The Gambia where 3 out of every 4 girls undergo FGM. The report details the prevalence of FGM and explores the political, anthropological and social contexts in which FGM is practised and shows variations between different ethnic groups. It also highlights how we can help end FGM in The Gambia where there is a growing momentum for change.