The fight to end female genital mutilation in Guinea during summer break

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Young activists in Guinea are raising awareness about the dangers of female genital mutilation, which is often performed during the summer break to give girls time to recover before school resumes. Hadja Idrissa Bah, founder of the Young Girl Leaders of Guinea Club, tells us about her work with families in her community.

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