EndFGM

WHY I STOPPED PRACTICING FGM

Nagah practiced FGM for 17 years until she learned about the devastating impact it can have on girls’ lives. Now she is calling on families to learn about the facts and change their attitudes so the practice comes to an end. Nagah changed her outlook on FGM after attending awareness raising sessions on the topic.…

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End Violence

Wow! UNICEF believes your frown is powerful and valuable, This is so innovative…

Yes people, Your Frowns are very powerful and will now be used for good as the Joint UNFPA/UNICEF programme for FGM/C abandonment is set to launch a non-of-its-kind Photocampaign  on the 30th of March using the platform of Meets Media. The proposed UNICEF-powered #endcuttinggirls photo-campaign is a new innovation that will annually compile thousands of…

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End Violence

End Violence’s Pathfinding Country Engagement-Social Media Toolkit

About End Violence Approximately one billion children worldwide have experienced physical, sexual or psychological violence in the past year. But violence against children is not an inevitable part of life. It is preventable. We have an historic opportunity to end violence against children. The experts agree and proven solutions exist. End Violence works with partners…

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End Violence

Brief on Pim Pim Pim Radio Programme

  In Nigeria, the UNFPA/UNICEF Joint Programme on FGM/C: Accelerating Change is using a Radio Drama for Social Change. UNICEF, using Radio Drama Serials style, has developed a 13-episode Serial on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) titled “Pim Pim Pim”. This is a 15-minute drama serial that aims to entertain-educate families and stimulate dialogue around FGM/C.…

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