International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) is an important day to raise awareness and educate communities on the harmful effects of this practice. On this day, the Nice Place Foundation marked this day with a joint discussion with staff, instructors, trainees, and morans to talk about the devastating consequences of FGM and what we can do to eradicate it.
The discussion was an eye-opener for many, with participants learning about the physical and emotional trauma that FGM can cause. They were also informed about the importance of educating communities and advocating for the rights of women and girls.
The morans, who are traditionally expected to participate in the practice of FGM, took a bold stand against the practice. They promised to be ambassadors for Nice Place Foundation and spread awareness about the harmful effects of FGM. They acknowledged the role that they play in their communities and committed to using their influence to create a better future for women and girls.
The discussion was a powerful reminder of the importance of working together to end FGM. The Nice Place Foundation is dedicated to creating a world where women and girls are free from this harmful practice and can live their lives to the fullest. By working together, we can help make this a reality.
We believe that education is key to eradicating FGM. The Nice Place Foundation will continue to hold discussions, educate communities, and raise awareness about the dangers of FGM. We are proud to be a part of this important cause and will continue to fight for a world free from FGM.