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The Belgium-based King Baudouin Foundation has honoured Bogaletch Gebre, an Ethiopian activist and founder of the Kembatti Mentti Gezzimma (KMG) group, for her "innovative" work in reducing Ethiopia's number of female genital mutilation (FGM)
As many as 2,000 women in Madagascar develop obstetric fistula every year, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has said, but only ten facilities in the country are capable of treating the debilitating condition.
A Senegalese hip-hop artist who underwent female genital mutilation (FGM) during childhood is touring the country's schools to educate teenagers on the dangers of the practice, thanks to a project funded by London-based anti-FGM charity Orchid Project.<
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