This month, to mark the International Day to End Female Genital Mutilation on 6th February, we are proud to feature Ifrah Ahmed, Founder and President of the Ifrah Foundation and Somali activist. The Ifrah Foundation aims to stop Female Genital Mutilation. As a survivor of FGM/C, Ifrah has spent the last ten years of her life campaigning for awareness of the psychological, medical and social implications of FGM/C, often using her personal testimony to draw attention to the practice. Click here to read the full interview.
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January-February Newsletter is out today!
Click here to read GenderHopes’ first newsletter of 2017, which covers January and February. Learn more about the International Day to End Female Genital Mutilation and the work of the Ifrah Foundation as well as the Women’s March on 21 January and the Global Gag Rule. If you are Monaco-based, join the Pink Ribbon Walk on 12 March in support of victims, survivors and families affected by breast cancer, and join Femmes Leaders Monaco for the screening of “L’Histoire de Safé Baré” on 9 March. Happy Reading!