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Global Media Strategies And Best Practices For Nigeria's Campaign Against FGM/C by felxfame(m): 6:47pm On Jul 19, 2016
Female genital mutilation has no known health benefits. On the contrary, it is known to be harmful to girls and women in many ways. First and foremost, it is painful and traumatic. The removal of or damage to healthy, normal genital tissue interferes with the natural functioning of the body and can cause several immediate and long-term health consequences. For example, FGM can cause excessive bleeding, swelling of genital tissue and problems urinating, and severe infections that can lead to shock and in some cases, death, as well as complications in childbirth and increased risk of perinatal deaths.

Join young Nigerian Social media advocates this Thursday on twitter as we share our ideas on Global Media Strategies and Best Practices for Nigeria's campaign against Female Genital Mutilation.
we will be privileged to have Asenath from Kenya who is the Communications manager for the Girl Generation.

join us by 5:00 pm Nigerian time and follow @rayvocate @amwithigah and @endcuttinggirls with the hash tag


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