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What are the implications of FGM and some steps that Kenya has taken to end it?

FGM has been widely practiced by many African countries for a very long time. It is described that the act is being exercised in 28 African countries, out of which only 20 have adopted laws against the barbaric act, but there still exists a challenge of weak implementation of the laws and regulations against FGM. What are the implications of FGM and some steps that Kenya has taken to end FGM?

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    FGM as a whole is another whole level of brutality...it tampers with both the health and sexual life of the affected...we've all heard cases of where women died during delivery due to complications caused by having their sexuality mutilated...nevertheless, the affected don't enjoy their marriage atRead more

    FGM as a whole is another whole level of brutality…it tampers with both the health and sexual life of the affected…we’ve all heard cases of where women died during delivery due to complications caused by having their sexuality mutilated…nevertheless, the affected don’t enjoy their marriage at all since they derive no pleasure from love making…rather, they find it as a duty compulsorily imposed on them…i think that the best solution to ending FGM is sensitizing individuals thus ultimately have the whole society to do away with this archaic practise since mere enforcing of laws won’t work

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    FGM as a whole is another whole level of brutality...it tampers with both the health and sexual life of the affected...we've all heard cases of where women died during delivery due to complications caused by having their sexuality mutilated...nevertheless, the affected don't enjoy their marriage atRead more

    FGM as a whole is another whole level of brutality…it tampers with both the health and sexual life of the affected…we’ve all heard cases of where women died during delivery due to complications caused by having their sexuality mutilated…nevertheless, the affected don’t enjoy their marriage at all since they derive no pleasure from love making…rather, they find it as a duty compulsorily imposed on them…i think that the best solution to ending FGM is sensitizing individuals thus ultimately have the whole society to do away with this archaic practise since mere enforcing of laws won’t work

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  2. So far the country has sent correspondents, researchers, and established centres all around to harbour those who have run away from their homes to evade the cut....these are long term approaches in the sense that they will work yes but it is gonna take a long time

    So far the country has sent correspondents, researchers, and established centres all around to harbour those who have run away from their homes to evade the cut….these are long term approaches in the sense that they will work yes but it is gonna take a long time

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