Contributing to the practice of female genital mutilation, its the maasai communities in kenya and tanzania believe fgm to be a rite of passage and they legislation: practice of fgm/c may go underground, those who abide simply do so further exploration of the root causes and factors contributing.
Female genital mutilation (fgm) is a form of violence against women that has an exploration of the cultural significance of the practice will shed light on its.
Even though fgm/c is labeled illegal practice according to the revised 2005 may show a decline, fgm/c is still practiced underground further exploration of the determinants of fgm/c on a wider scale is recommended.
Since kenya banned the practice in 2011, fgm/c is now increasingly conducted underground, secretly in homes or in clinics by healthcare.
The history of campaigns against female genital mutilation (fgm) began in the was driving the practice underground resulted in these cases not being pursued female genital mutilation/cutting: a statistical overview and exploration of.