E22 Being a man ending FGM in Tana River, With Abdulmalik Abdi

Abdulmalik is a blogger and uses the internet to change perceptions on social issues as well as influencing policy in his native predominantly Muslim community in Tana River. He believes in leading by example and he says that he will marry an uncut girl. Twitter:@MarwanBlogger Marwan’s #EndFGMPodcast Quotes ABOUT FGM According to the World Health […]

E19 Ending FGM in Kuria, with Vincent Ogallo

Meet Vincent Ogallo. He is an activist based in Kuria, South Western Kenya. He engages communities on SRHR and FGM. Twitter:@VinnieveeB Vincent’s #EndFGMPodcast Quotes ABOUT FGM According to the World Health Organization, Female genital mutilation(FGM) comprises all procedures that involve partial or total removal of the external female genitalia, or another injury to the female […]

E9 Education and Cultural Relevance in Ending FGM, with Samuel Leadismo

Samuel Leadismo is the The Founder & Director, Pastoralist Child Foundation. HE has been working to End HCPs and empowering his community in Samburu and Narok County. Leadismo is a Male Champion to end FGM in Kenya award holder, 2018 by the Kenya Anti FGM Board. His work has been featured in: Voice of America, […]

Cut the demand for cut girls by engaging men in FGM fight

The more effort is put on the number of men sensitized (P), the less the demand of cut girls (Q), and also less men want to cut their girls. In a typical supply/demand situation in a free market, lack of demand automatically kills the supply. If men are willing to marry uncut girls, FGM will end faster!

The End FGM Podcast (Introduction)

This podcast features people working in individual and organizational capacities in Kenya and beyond. They share their experiences, successes, failures and lessons learnt in the Anti FGM Campaign. About the host Jeremiah Kipainoi is an award-winning multimedia journalist and a fellow of the Salzburg Global Seminar. He tells human-interest stories, using media as an agent […]