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.
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.
If you would like more information on 28 Too Many please contact us.
28 Too Many is delighted to receive new funding from the Department of Communities and Local Government to develop new training for faith leaders and community workers so that they can take action against FGM.
As we celebrate the International Day of Zero Tolerance to FGM 2015 we are pleased to share details of our exciting new project in Kenya. Working with partners the Maasai Cricket Warriors and Cricket Without Boundaries our project team will deliver a special programme which uses cricket as the vehicle to work with local communities, empower young people and deliver important health and anti-FGM education.