U.K. Government Pledges £50M To Help End FGM Worldwide By 2030
The Guardian: U.K. pledges £50m to help end FGM across Africa by 2030
“The British government is to invest £50m in an attempt to end female genital mutilation by 2030, claiming it is the single biggest investment to tackle the issue by an international donor. The money, announced on Friday, will go to grassroots programs working to stop the practice across Africa, where it is most prevalent. Penny Mordaunt, international development secretary, said the investment was also key to ending FGM in the U.K…” (Salih, 11/23).
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