UGANDA: Rights Activists Push for FGM End
She said: "FGM is a violation of the women rights. It is a dangerous and irreversible procedure that negatively impacts the general health, child-bearing capabilities and educational opportunities of girls. God is not happy about the practice."

The Sebei Culture Day, an annual event, was held under the theme 'Education and quality reproductive health are key in FGM abandonment. This is regarded as a day of zero tolerance to FGM'.

Ms Teresa Malaba, a lecturer at Kenya University, said in order to end the practice, nations must build a generally protective environment for children. The chairman Sebei Elders Association, Mr Patrick Cheborion, said progress in fighting FGM needs collective support from all stakeholders, including toughening national laws against the practice.

SOURCE: AllAfrica.com DATE: December 10, 2011

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