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TWEET CONFERENCE: Alternative rites of passage as a strategy for ending FGM/C: Experiences from other countries – Victoria Okorie

Its few minutes to our Conference today, let us all get ready as we discuss extensively. #endcuttinggirls Our topic is “Alternative rites of passage as a strategy for ending FGM/C: Experiences from other countries. #endcuttinggirls Questions will be asked at the end of the session by 6pm. Prepare your questions as we believe to tackle…

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TWEET CONFERENCE: The Impact of FGM/C on Women’s Reproductive Health and Medical Interventions available for Survivors – Onyinyechi Mbam

1: FGM/C is a big threat/tragedy to a woman ‘S reproductive health 2: it’s impact cuts across the present and the future 3: FGMC has immediate and long term complications/Imparts 4: immediate impacts include: Excessive bleeding. Primary hemorrhage during the operation is unavoidable. This may lead to shock 5: Shock which may arise not only…

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TWEET CONFERENCE: MAINSTREAMING FGM/C ABANDONMENT CAMPAIGN INTO ONGOING COMMUNITY, STATE OR NATIONAL PROGRAMMES” – Opeyemi Yekini

Background Information on FGM/C 1.Last Week( 18th May,2017) my colleague (@ttonia_ anchored a topic which focused on SDG5,target 3. #endcuttinggirls @endcuttinggirls 2.Taking off from that point; the 17 SDGs Goals has 169 Targets and they are all interconnected and inter-woven, #endcuttinggirls And definitely can only be achieved by networking, partnering, collaborating and most importantly mainstreaming…

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Highlighting the global commitment to eliminate all forms of FGM by 2030 (target 5.3 of the SDG5) and enumerating the on-going efforts to accelerate the progress towards this target in Nigeria- Anthonia Okoli

Highlighting the global commitment to eliminate all forms of FGM by 2030 (target 5.3 of the SDG5) and enumerating the on-going efforts to accelerate the progress towards this target in Nigeria   FGM/C is a practice that involves altering or injuring the female genitalia for non-medical reasons. FGM/C has no known health benefit; it is…

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TWEET CONFERENCE: Enhancing the EndFGM/C campaign through “Short Video Clips” & “the FROWN CHALLENGE” – Jide Ojo

Good day fellow patriots, You are all welcome to today’s twi-conference. Our conversation today will be centered on enhancing the EndFGM/C campaign through “short video clips” & “the FROWN CHALLENGE” But first, it is good we are on the same page on the definition of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting (FGM/C) According to WHO, FGM/C is the…

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TWEET CONFERENCE: Achieving Public Declaration Of Abandonment: The Role Of Community Dialogue- Dare Adaramoye

Good evening everyone and welcome to today’s tweet conference. I am @dareadaramoye, your host… Today, we shall focusing on the topic “Achieving Public declaration of FGMC abandonment: The role of community dialogue” The centuries-old practice of FGM/C is a social norm,  buttressed by underlying gender structures &power relations and deeply rooted in tradition. FGMC refers…

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