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Where are they Now

CIFORD Kenya started the Alternative rite of passage a decade ago which are done three times a year during the school holidays. There are over 3000 girls who have been rescued from Female Genital Mutilation through the ARP. Has this project been successful could be a...
WHERE ARE THEY NOW TEN YEARS AFTER ATTENDING ARP SEMINAR- DORIS

WHERE ARE THEY NOW TEN YEARS AFTER ATTENDING ARP SEMINAR- DORIS

ARP SEMINARS Through its advocacy against female genital mutilation in Meru region, CIFORD Kenya adopted alternative rites of passage for girls between 10 to 15 years a practice, which is aimed at upholding the culture and training these girls on all rites associated...

Girls Seminar

INTRODUCTIONS Many girls go through female genital mutilation (FGM) willingly or unwillingly in Meru County, despite the fact that the practice is outlawed. Most of these practices are usually carried out in the month of December since this is the period where girls...