In this section you will find an overview of external resources: a listing of member websites, general information about the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint programme on FGM, as well as the resources of each Thematic Topic.

General information

RAPPORTS

  • UEFGM E-learning : http://www.uefgm.org :
    • Santé : MODULES 3 « Les conséquences des MGF sur la santé et leur traitement » et 4 « Ethique, communication et conseil dans le domaine de la santé »

ARTICLES DE JOURNAUX

AUTRES SITES WEB LIÉS AU PROJET « BUILDING BRIDGES TO END FGM »

Specialised information

Amref, 78 Girls Graduate into Womanhood without “the cut”. Access here

Amref, 2019 (a), 545 Girls Graduate to Womanhood without the Cut in Kajiado County. Access here

Amref, 2019 (b), Voices the Community as they embrace the Alternative Rite of Passage in place of FGM. Access here

Amref, 2018 (a), 287 Girls Graduate from Childhood to Womanhood wihtout « The Cut ». Available here

Amref, 2018 (b), Local communities should take ownership of war against FGM. Available here

Amref Canada, Stop Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Start the Alternative!, Access here

Cook S., 2018, Guest Blog for 28TooMany: Feed the Minds, Do ARP approach work?, Access here

Graamans E.P. et al., 2018, PanAfrican Medical Journal: Lessons learned from implementing ARP in the fight against FGM/C, Access here

Hughes L., 2018, Alternative Rites of Passage: Faith, rights, and performance in FGM/C abandonment campaigns in Kenya, Access here 

Oloo H., Wanjiru M., Newell-Jones K., Population Council 2011. "Female genital mutilation practices in Kenya: The role of alternative rites of passage. A case study of Kisii and Kuria districts.", Access here 

UNFPA-UNICEF, 2017, Annual Report of the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme to End FGM/C: Accelerating Change 17 ways to end FGM/C : Lessons from the field. Companion booklet to the 2016, Access here

UNFPA,World Bank, 2004, Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting in Somalia, Acces here

Nailantei N., 2018,Rope in elders and traditional healers to lead the fight against female cut, Access here

Video: Alternative Rites of Passage to Womanhood: Celebrating girls without “the cut” 

Hoover J., 2015, Dropping the knife in The Gambia, Access here

Johansen R. E. B., Nafissatou J., Laverack G. and Leye E, 2013, What Works and what doesn’t: A discussion of popular approaches for the abandonment of FGM, Access here

Peyton N., 2019, Seeking to save money, Sierra Leone village gives up FGM, Access here

UNFPA and World Bank, 2004, Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting in Somalia, Access here

WHO, 2011, Female Genital Mutilation programmes to date: what works and what doesn’t, Access here

28 Too Many, 2018(a), Somalia: the law and FGM,  Access here

28 Too Many, 2018(b), The Law and FGM: An Overview of 28 African Countries, Access here

Africa News, 2018, Kenyan girls smuggled across border for FGM procedure, Access here

All Africa, 2008, West Africa: Cross border FGM the rise, Access here

End FGM European Network, FGM in Europe, Access here

Gitonga, F. Equality Now, 2019, personal communication

 GRIGED, 2008, Pratique transfrontalière de l’excision: Etat des lieux etévaluation des actions dans les zones frontalières du Burkina Faso, de la Côted’Ivoire, du Ghana, du Mali et du Niger, Access here

Modern Ghana, 2015, FGM Beyond the Borders: Ghanaian crossover to Burkina Faso and Togo to cut their children, Access here

Ngianga-Bakwin K., Komba P.N.,2015, Geographic Variation of Female Genital Mutilation and Legal Enforcement in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Case Study of Senegal, Access here

Population Council, 1996, Project Evidence to End FGM/C: Research to Help Girls and WomenThrive , Access here

Starr News, 2014, Cross-border Female Genital Mutilation rampant in Upper East region. Ghana, Access here

The New Humanitarian, 2008, Cross border FGM/C on the rise, Access here

Tobi Tingo N., 2019, personal communication

Tostan Digital for all, 2014, Cross border meeting between Senegalese and Gambian communities to discuss ending Female genital mutilation, Access here

UNFPA Kenya, 2019, 1st Regional Inter-Ministerial Meeting to #EndCrossBorderFGM, Access here

UNFPA-UNICEF, 2018,  Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation: Accelerating Change, Access here

UNFPA-UNICEF, 2019,  Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation: Accelerating Change, Access here

UNICEF, 2018, Child protection/Female Genital Mutilation, Access here

UNICEF, 2016, New statistical report on Female Genital Mutilation shows that harmful practice is a global concern, Access here

Women in The World, 2018, FGM prevalence rate in dramatic decline across Africa, Access here

World Health Organization, 2016, Female Genital Mutilation, Access here

Wouango J., Ostermann  S. and Mwanga D., 2020, When and How does Law Effectively Reduce the Practice of FGM/C, Access here

Ellen Gruenbaum, 2001,  The Female Circumcision Controversy: An Anthropological Perspective, Access here

End-FGM Network, 2020, Factsheet 4 : The Development Costs, Access here

Finke E., 2006,  Genital mutilation as an expression of power structures: ending FGM through education, empowerment of women and removal of taboos, Access here

Gruenbaum E., 2001, The Female Circumcision Controversy: An Anthropological Perspective, Access here

Les discussions de la CoP-MGF, 2020, Note thématique “Mainstreaming FGM” de la CoP-FGM, Access here

OMS, 2008, Eliminer les mutilations sexuelles féminines : déclaration inter institutions HCDH, OMS, ONUSIDA, PNUD, UNCEA, UNESCO, UNFPA, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNIFEM, Access here

Mediterranean Institute of Gender Studies (Institut méditerranéen des études de genre, M.I.G.S.)., 2015, Prise de position du réseau EndFGM: Considérer les MGF comme une question de genre et de développement, Access here

Mpinga E.K., Macias A., Hasselgard-Rowe J. et al. , 2016, Female genital mutilation: a systematic review of research on its economic and social impacts across four decades,  Access here

Population Reference Bureau, 2013, Ending female genital mutilation/cutting: lessons from a decade of progress, 2013., Access here

Shell-Duncan B., Reshma N. and Feldman-Jacobs C., 2016, A state-of-the-art synthesis on female genital mutilation/cutting: What do we know now?, Access here

UNICEF, 2013, Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: a statistical overview and exploration of the dynamics of change, Access here

UNFPA-UNICEF, 2015, Mesurer les progrès, encourager les changements, Access here

UN Women, 2017, Rural women explore new solutions to counter customs and poverty driving FGM crisis, Access here

UN Women, 2016, Stepping out of the Boma: Maasai women of Tanzania take charge of their own lives and livelihood, Access here

UN Women Egypt, 2019, Forces for change: Improving the lives of women in Egypt, Access here

UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on FGM, Annual Report 2018 : Accelerating Change, Published in August 2019, Access here

WHO, Bishai D., Bonnenfant Y. T., Darwish M., Adam T., Bathija H., Johansen, E., 2010, FGM Cost Study Group of World Health Organization (2010). “Estimating the obstetric costs of female genital mutilation in six African countries, Access here

WHO, 2008, Eliminer les mutilations sexuelles féminines : déclaration interinstitutions HCDH, OMS, ONUSIDA, PNUD, UNCEA, UNESCO, UNFPA, UNHCR, UNICEF, UNIFEM, Access here

Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh S., Sami A, 2012, Centre de droit arabe et musulman. Circoncision masculine et féminine : débat religieux, médical, social et juridique., Access here

Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh S., Sami A., 1994, To Mutilate in the Name of Jehovah or Allah: Legitimization of Male and Female Circumcision, Access here 

Bouhdiba A., 1975, La sexualité en Islam, Access here

Cohen, Shaye J. D., Oakland,University of California Press, 2005. Why Aren’t Jewish Women Circumcised? Gender and Covenant in Judaism here

Christianize: Exode 4:25, Josué 5: 7, Actes: 7: 8, Romains 2:28, Romains 4:11, 1 Corinthiens 6:18

Earp B.D., Hendry J., Thomson M., 2017, Reason and paradox in medical and family law: shaping children’s bodies, Access here 

 El-Damanhoury I., 2013,  The Jewish and Christian view on female genital mutilation, Access here 

End Cutting Girls Nigeria, 2017,  Islam does not support FGMC, Access here (video)

Hayford S., Trinitapoli J., 2011, Religious differences in Female Genital Cutting : A Case Study from Burkina Faso, Access here

Human Rights Without Frontiers, 2018, Women’s Rights & Religion. A report on women’s rights and Christianity, Islam and Judaism.  here

Islam and Population Network, Nigeria, Position Paper

Lethome Asmani I. and Sheikh Abdi M., 2008,  Delinking Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting from Islam, Access here

Mahmoodi O., 2016, Survey on religious views on FGM,  Access here

Newell-Jones K., 2016, Baseline Research Report: Empowering communities to collectively abandon FGM/C in Somaliland, Access here 

Offiong A. V., Daily Trust, 2018, Stories of Nigerian women mutilated in secret (Christian perspective), Access here 

Qur’an, Hadith and Scholars: Female Genital Mutilations, Access here

Serour, G. and Abd El-Hameed Ragab, A.R., 2013, Excision (MGF): Entre utilisation incorrecte de la science et compréhension erronée de la doctrine, Access here

Shafi School Religious Thinking, Access here

Sheikh Abdi M., Population Council 2007, FRONTIERS Program: A Religious Oriented Approach to Addressing FGM/C among the Somali Community of Wajir, Kenya. Access here

Sheikh Abdi M., 2008, Survey on religious views on FGM, Access here

Stop FGM Middle East, 2005 (a), Religion or Culture, Access here

Stop FGM Middle East, 2005 (b), Fatwas against FGM, Access here

UNICEF, 2013, Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting : a statistical overview and exploration of the dynamics of change,
Access 
here

Women’s Rights & Religion. A report on women’s rights and Christianity, Islam and Judaism, Access here

AIDOS, 2006, Mainstreaming the fight against FGM/C : a training manual, Access here

Burkina Minister of Health, Training Manual for Prescribers

EndFGM European network, 2015, Repositioning FGM as a gender and development issue, Access here

European Commission, 2013, Communication for the Commission to the European Parliament and the Council: Towards the elimination of Female Genital Mutilation, Access here

Kaboré S., Savadogo L.B., Méda Z.C., et al., 2016, Local culture and community participation: Djandioba family planning day in Burkina Faso. 817‐826., Access here

Patoulidis, A, Female Genital Mutilations in Belgium: Assessment of the Current State of Knowledge and Practice in General Medicine, 2016. Available here

Population Reference Bureau, 2013, Ending FGM/C : lessons from a decade of progress, Access here

The Girl Generation, How to use social media to communicate about ending FGM 

UNFPA, 2014, Implementation of Human Rights Framework and FGM, Access here

UEFGM, E-learning tool available in 9 languages, module specific to health, Available here

UNFPA, UNICEF, 2018, Performance Analysis for Phase II : UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation: Accelerating Change, Access here

UNFPA, UNICEF, 2017, 17 Ways to end FGM/C: Chapter 9, Put it all together on the example of Burkina Faso. Available here

UN Women, 2017, Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting and violence against women and girls: Strengthening the policy linkages between different forms of violence , Access here

UN Women, UNICEF, UNFPA. 2017, Training Manual on Gender and Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting, Access here

WHO, 2016, WHO guidelines on the management of health complications from female genital mutilation, Access here

WHO, Department of Reproductive Health and Research, 2011, Female Genital Mutilation programmes to date : what works and what doesn’t, Policy Brief, Access here

28toomany, 2016, The Medicalization of FGM, Access here

Chege J., Askew I. and Liku J., 2001, An assessment of the alternative rites approach for encouraging abandonment of female genital mutilation in Kenya, Access here

El-Gibaly O. and Aziz M., 2019, Health care providers’ and mothers’ perceptions about the medicalization of female genital mutilation or cutting in Egypt: A cross-sectional qualitative study, Access here

Human Rights Europe, 2010, Violence Against Women: Teliwel Diallo On Female Genital Mutilation, Access here (video)

Jaldesa G. W. , Askew I., Njue C. and Wanjiru M., 2005, Female Genital Cutting among the Somali of Kenya and Management of its Complications, Access here

Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS), 2010, DHS Final Reports, Access here

Kenya National Bureau of Statistics Nairobi, 2014, Demographic and health Survey, Access here

Kimani S. and Kabiru C., Population Council, 2018, Shifts in Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Perspectives of Families and Health Care Providers. Evidence to End FGM/C: Research to Help Women Thrive., Access here

Kimani S., Kabiru C. W., Mutechi-Strachan J. and Guyo J., 2020, Female genital mutilation/cutting: Emerging factors sustaining medicalization related changes in selected Kenyan communities, Access here

Kimani S., Muteshi J. and Jaldesa G., 2018, Medicalization of FGM/C among the Abagusii of Kenya, Access here

Kimani S. and Shell-Duncan B., 2018,  Medicalized Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting: Contentious Practices and Persistent Debates, Access here

Njue C. and Askew I., 2004, Medicalization of Female Genital Cutting Among the Abagusii in Nyanza Province, Access here

Obianwu O., Adetunji A., Dirisu O., Population Council, 2018. “Understanding medicalisation of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C): a qualitative study of parents and health workers in Nigeria. Evidence to End FGM/C: Research to Help Women Thrive, Access here

Population Reference Bureau, 2018, Understanding the Impact of Medicalisation on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting, Access here

PRB, 2020,  Understanding the Impact of Medicalisation on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting, Access here     

Refaat A., 2009, Medicalization of female genital cutting in Egypt, Access here

Richard F. and Decoster K., 2016, Why we should be against the medicalisation of Female Genital Mutilation, Evidence to End FGM/C: Research to Help Girls and Women Thrive consortium Access here Access here

Serour G., 2013, Medicalization of female genital mutilation / cutting,  Access here

Shell-Duncan B., 2001, The medicalization of female “circumcision”: harm reduction or promotion of a dangerous practice?, Access here

Shell-Duncan B., Njue C. and Moore Z., 2017, The Medicalization of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting:What do the Data Reveal?, Access here

UNICEF, 2017, Baseline Study Report: Female Genital Mutilation/ Cutting and Child Marriage among the Rendille, Access here

World Health Organization, 2010, Global strategy to stop health-care providers from performing female genital mutilation, Access here

Yussuf M., Matanda D. and Powell R. A., 2020, Exploring the capacity of the Somaliland healthcare system to manage female genital mutilation/cutting-related complications and prevent the medicalization of the practice: A cross-sectional study, Access here

WHO, 2013, Plan d'action global pour la santé mentale 2013-2020, Access here
WHO, 2020, page de présentation sur les MGF, Access here
WHO, 2018, Lignes directrices de WHO sur la prise en charge des complications des mutilations sexuelles féminines, Access here
WHO, 2018, Chapitre 7 : Santé mentale et MGF,  Access here

Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh S., Sami A, 2012, Centre de droit arabe et musulman. Circoncision masculine et féminine : débat religieux, médical, social et juridique., Access here

Aldeeb Abu-Sahlieh S., Sami A., 1994, To Mutilate in the Name of Jehovah or Allah: Legitimization of Male and Female Circumcision, Access here 

Bouhdiba A., 1975, La sexualité en Islam, Access here

Cohen, Shaye J. D., Oakland,University of California Press, 2005. Why Aren’t Jewish Women Circumcised? Gender and Covenant in Judaism here

Christianize: Exode 4:25, Josué 5: 7, Actes: 7: 8, Romains 2:28, Romains 4:11, 1 Corinthiens 6:18

Earp B.D., Hendry J., Thomson M., 2017, Reason and paradox in medical and family law: shaping children’s bodies, Access here 

El-Damanhoury I., 2013,  The Jewish and Christian view on female genital mutilation, Access here 

End Cutting Girls Nigeria, 2017,  Islam does not support FGMC, Access here (video)

Hayford S., Trinitapoli J., 2011, Religious differences in Female Genital Cutting : A Case Study from Burkina Faso, Access here

Human Rights Without Frontiers, 2018, Women’s Rights & Religion. A report on women’s rights and Christianity, Islam and Judaism.  here

Islam and Population Network, Nigeria, Position Paper

Lethome Asmani I. and Sheikh Abdi M., 2008,  Delinking Female Genital Mutilation / Cutting from Islam, Access here

Mahmoodi O., 2016, Survey on religious views on FGM,  Access here

Newell-Jones K., , 2016, Baseline Research Report: Empowering communities to collectively abandon FGM/C in Somaliland, Access here 

Offiong A. V., Daily Trust, 2018, Stories of Nigerian women mutilated in secret (Christian perspective), Access here 

Qur’an, Hadith and Scholars: Female Genital Mutilations, Access here

Serour, G. and Abd El-Hameed Ragab, A.R., 2013, Excision (MGF): Entre utilisation incorrecte de la science et compréhension erronée de la doctrine, Access here

Shafi School Religious Thinking, Access here

Sheikh Abdi M., Population Council 2007, FRONTIERS Program: A Religious Oriented Approach to Addressing FGM/C among the Somali Community of Wajir, Kenya. Access here

Sheikh Abdi M., 2008, Survey on religious views on FGM, Access here

Stop FGM Middle East, 2005 (a), Religion or Culture, Access hereStop FGM Middle East, 2005 (b), Fatwas against FGM, Access here

UNICEF, 2013, Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting : a statistical overview and exploration of the dynamics of change,Access here

Women’s Rights & Religion. A report on women’s rights and Christianity, Islam and Judaism, Access here

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Members' websites and their organizations

In this section you will find the websites of some of CoP members and partner organizations. The listing is not exhaustive. Is your organization missing? Just drop us an email!

International Networks

Inter African Committee on Traditional Practices Affecting the Health of Women and Children: https://iac-ciaf.net/

European Networks

European Parliamentary Forum on Population and Development (EPF): www.epfweb.org

End FGM EU: http://www.endfgm.eu/

National Networks 

Coalition des ONG de protection et de promotion des droits de l'enfant, luttant contre la traite (colte/CDE) GUINÉE: https://archive.crin.org/en/library/organisations/coalition-des-ong-de-protection-et-de-promotion-des-droits-de-l%E2%80%99enfant-luttant.html

National Council for Child Welfare: https://www.unescwa.org/national-council-child-welfare

Secrétariat Permanent du Conseil National de Lutte contre la Pratique de l'Excision: www.spcnlpe.org

UNFPA Tanzania: https://tanzania.unfpa.org/en

UNDP The Gambia: https://www.gm.undp.org/

USAID/ Making Cents International: https://www.makingcents.com/

UNDP Nigeria: https://www.ng.undp.org/

UN Women: https://www.unwomen.org

European Insitute for Gender Equality (EIGE): www.eige.europa.eu

UNFPA: www.unfpa.org

UNICEF: www.unicef.org

 

Foundations

Fondation Marie-Vincent: https://marie-vincent.org/

Mannion Daniels: https://www.manniondaniels.com/

Wallace GLobal Fund: www.wgf.org

Brooks Foundation: https://www.brooks-foundation.org.uk/

FONDATION RAMA: https://www.facebook.com/Fondation-Rama-232697623844333/

Research Organizations

Population Council: http://www.popcouncil.org/research/evidence-to-end-fgm-c-research-to-help-girls-and-women-thrive1

Population Reference Bureau: http://www.prb.org/

NGO

Professionals Against GBV, UK: https://professionalsagainstgbv.org/contact-us/

Advocates for Social Change Kenya (ADSOCK): http://adsock.org/who-we-are/

Arayaa: http://arayaa.com/

SP/CNLPE: http://courantsdefemmes.free.fr/Assoces/Burkina/CNLPE/CNLPE.html

Equilibres & Populations: http://equipop.org/en/ 

Fédération nationale GAMS France: http://federationgams.org/

Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul - Association for Termination of Female Genital Mutilation (ATFGM MASANGA): http://filles-de-la-charite.org/daughters-of-charity-working-for-termination-of-female-genital-mutilation-tfgm-in-masanga-diocese-of-musoma-tanzania/

GAMS Belgique: http://gams.be/en/

P&D Factor: http://popdesenvolvimento.org/

Akili Dada: http://www.akilidada.org/

APF Lisboa: http://www.apf.pt

Centre for Adolescents and Women's Health Initiative (CAWHI): http://www.cawhi.org

Excision, Parlons-en: http://www.excisionparlonsen.org/

Asbl Maison Plurielle: http://www.maisonplurielle.be

Social reform centre: http://www.sorec.org/webmail

Youth Changers Kenya: http://youthchangerskenya.blogspot.com/

Amref Health Africa, Netherlands: https://amref.org/tag/amref-health-africa-in-netherlands/

Association TamTam du Monde: https://asso-tamtam.fr/

Asociacion Casa dei Diritti Sociali della Tuscia: https://cdstuscia.wordpress.com/

Centro SaMiFo (Salute Migranti Forzati) ASL Roma1: https://centroastalli.it/servizi/progetto-samifo/

Tanzania Development Trust/Crowd2Map: https://crowd2map.org/ 

COMMUNITY AND FAMILY AID FOUNDATION, Ghana: https://familyaidfoundation.wixsite.com/cafaf/donate

Fraternité Médicale Guinée: https://fmg-ong.org/

Gender Rights Network: https://gadnetwork.org/what-we-do

Finnish League for Human Rights: https://ihmisoikeusliitto.fi/

Médecins du Monde-Belgique: https://medecinsdumonde.be/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw8rT8BRCbARIsALWiOvTJMLb8Bwd04RvT91SU4efpZVJA33T9BOU8_OEHTFINKZT_ett92vQaAutrEALw_wcB

Plan International UK: https://plan-uk.org/

Tackle Africa: https://tackleafrica.org/

AfriYAN-Rwanda: https://twitter.com/afriyan_rwanda?lang=en

Wadi e.V.: https://wadi-online.de/

Working Fingers: https://workingfingersg.org/

28 Too Many: https://www.28toomany.org/

Accem: https://www.accem.es/

AFPDE: https://www.afpde.org/

ALIMA Burkina Faso: https://www.alima-ngo.org/fr/burkina_faso

Audace Institute Afrique: https://www.audace-afrique.org/

Management Sciences for Health: https://www.cawhi.org/

Commission Nationale des Droits de l'Homme (Djibouti): https://www.cndhd.dj/

Education as a Vaccine: https://www.evanigeria.org/

Alliance Nationale des jeunes pour la Santé de la Reproduction et la Planification Familiale: https://www.facebook.com/ANJSRPF/

Community & Youth Development Initiatives (CYDI): https://www.facebook.com/cydi2k/

Help a widow save a life: https://www.facebook.com/helpawidowsavealife/

ONG Femmes Actions et Développement: https://www.facebook.com/ongfadniger/

Amazonian Initiative Movement: https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Non-Governmental-Organization--NGO-/Amazonian-Initiative-Movement-AIM-111881183539038/

Rescue children and youth film foundation: https://www.facebook.com/rescuechildrenfilm

Tamazight Women Movement: https://www.facebook.com/tamazightwomanmovement/

Voie de Femmes Guinée: https://www.facebook.com/Voie-De-Femmes-De-Guin%C3%A9e-241032693252149/

LebKom e.V: https://www.fulda-mosocho-project.com/

Future Stars Africa: https://www.futurestarscharity.org.uk/

ONG Solidarité aux Enfants Démunis: https://www.helloasso.com/associations/ong-red-regard-pour-enfants-demunis

Les Orchidées Rouges, France: https://www.lesorchideesrouges.org/en-gb/home

Médicos del Mundo Spain: https://www.medicosdelmundo.org/

Pharos: https://www.pharos.nl/

Safe Hands for Girls: https://www.safehandsforgirls.com/

International Solidarity Foundation: https://www.solidaarisuus.fi/in-english/

Think Young Women: https://www.thegirlgeneration.org/organisations/think-young-women

The Woman Boss: https://www.thewomanboss.com/

Youth take lead: https://www.youthleadap.org/

Orchid Project: orchidproject.org

SOS AFRICAINES EN DANGER: sosafricainesendanger.org

Sini Sanuman: StopExcision.net

Association Italienne Femmes pour le Développement (AIDOS): www.aidos.it

AJCAD Mali: www.ajcadmali.org

APF - Family Planning Association (Portugal): www.apf.pt

PRONG: www.aprong.org

Caritas Schweiz: www.caritas.ch/fgm

Community Centre for Integrated Development: www.comuceid.org

East African Centre for Human Rights: www.eachrights.or.ke

Equality Now: www.equalitynow.org

Caritas Suisse: www.excision.ch

FOKUS - Forum for Women and development - Norway.: www.fokuskvinner.no

FORWARD: www.forwarduk.org.uk

Gender Care Initiative (GCI): www.gendercareinitiative.org

FSAN, Himilo and GGD Comunity Health Service: www.himilo.org www.fsan.nl

Marakwet Girls Foundation: www.marakwetgirlsfoundation.org

Maurisante ngo: www.maurisante.org 

Msichana Empowerment Kuria: www.msichanaempowermentkuria.co.ke

No Peace Without Justice: www.npwj.org

Pan African Women Association (PAWA ): www.pawa.no

Pharos: www.pharos.nl

RESPECT FOR CHANGE: www.respectforchange.org

SOS/Jeunesse et Défis: www.sosjd.org

Santé Sans Frontières (SSF): www.ssf-international.org

The Girl Generation: www.thegirlgeneration.org

THE GIRLS' AGENDA: www.thegirlsagenda.org

UNAF, Spain: www.unaf.org 

DSW Tanzania: https://www.dsw.org/en/tag/tanzania/

Emayian Integrated Development Organization (EIDO): www.emayian.org

Equilibres & Populations: www.equipop.org

Population Council: http://www.popcouncil.org/research/evidence-to-end-fgm-c-research-to-help-girls-and-women-thrive1

Population Reference Bureau: http://www.prb.org/

Groupe d'Appui en Santé, Communication et Developpement (GASCODE): http://gtpeburkina.org/groupe-dappui-en-sante-communication-et-developpement-gascode/

CLMGF: http://www.clmgf.be

CILSIDA: www.cilsida.e-monsite.com

International Centre for Reproductive Health, Ghent University: https://ec.europa.eu/justice/grants/results/daphne-toolkit/content/icrh-international-centre-reproductive-health_en

Center for Global Health, Kenya Medical Research Institute: https://www.kemri.org/centre-for-global-health-research-cghr-kisumu/

CEFOREP: www.ceforep.org

African Institute for Children Studies:  www.institutechildstudies.org

Consultants

Middelburg Human Rights Law Consultancy: https://www.annemariemiddelburg.com/

Shangazi Emma-Claudine Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/EmmaClaudineNtirenganya

Denis Nzioka News Agency and Service: https://denisnzioka.co.ke

Tony Mwebia: https://tonymwebia.co.ke/

Goldsmith Chambers / University of Cambridge: www.charlotteproudman.com

Researchers

Forum Suisse pour l'Etude des Migrations et de la Population, Université de Neuchâtel: http://unine.academia.edu/DinaBader

Brian Earp: https://oxford.academia.edu/BrianDEarp

Malmö University: https://www.mah.se/fakulteter-och-omraden/Halsa-och-samhalle-startsida/HS_Forskning/Forskares-enskilda-sidor/HS_Sara_Johnsdotter/Sara-Johnsdotter-PhD-in-Social-Anthropology

Elise Johansen, Norwegian Centre of Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies: https://www.nkvts.no/ansatt/ragnhild-elise-johansen/

Journalists

Lorna Andisi: https://andisilorna.wordpress.com/author/andisilorna/

Bloggers

Miss Ô - Ethnilicious: Ethnilicious.com

Isatou Jallow: https://elitesha.wordpress.com/

Health Services

Maison des femmes de Saint Denis: lamaisondesfemmes.fr

INSTITUT EN SANTE GENESIQUE: http://www.institutensantegenesique.org

Centre Médical des Oliviers: https://constats.be/fr/accueil/notre-quipe

CHU de Rennes: https://www.chu-rennes.fr/

Centre Médical avec Antenne Chirurgicale de Boromo: www.arfod.sitew.es

Centre Médico psychologique Françoise Minkowska Paris: www.minkowska.com

CeMAViE, CHU St Pierre, Belgium: https://www.stpierre-bru.be/fr/services-medicaux/gynecologie-obstetrique/320-rue-haute-1/cemavie-mutilations-genitales-feminines-1

Support Services

Gambia Center for Victims of Human Rights Violations: https://victimscentergm.org/

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