FGM Projects

Saved by Cricket and brothers’ love, by Esther Njenga

07 March 2017 FGM Projects

Nancy is a bubbly, kind and intelligent girl who just last year successfully completed high school. Getting to this landmark stage of her life is nothing but a journey of courage and sacrifice not only for her but also for her two brothers who have stood by her through her trying times.

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Playing to win! The Maasai Community determined to end FGM: Blog by Esther Njenga

30 June 2016 FGM Projects

A blog by our African Coordinator Esther Njenga on our latest project with the Maasai Cricket Warriors and Cricket Without Boundaries in Laikipia, Kenya.

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Kids Come First Youth Forum on FGM: Guest blog by Jacqueline Hoover

17 December 2015 FGM Projects

28 Too Many Trustee Jacqueline Hoover reports on the Youth Forum on FGM organised by Kids Come First Foundation and held in Wellingara, The Gambia on 28 - 29 November 2015.

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The Power of Partnership: tackling FGM and hitting it for six - blog by Esther Njenga

22 February 2015 FGM Projects

28 Too Many's Africa Coordinator Esther Njenga shares her reflections on an amazing week in Laikipia Kenya, working alongside the Maasai Cricket Warriors and Cricket Without Boundaries to pioneer a new approach to tackling FGM.

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