The Kenyan Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Board says no schoolgirls have been screened for evidence of female genital mutilation and paraded despite an order by Narok County Commissioner George Natembeya. Board chairperson Agnes Pareiyo says investigations show that all the girls are in school.
No Girl Paraded for FGM Screening, Anti-FGM Board Says
Nation, 9 January 2019
No girl has been screened for evidence of female genital mutilation and paraded, says the Anti-FGM board chairperson Agnes Pareiyo. Read more »
Students from various universities enact a play during the International Day of Zero Tolerance on Female Genital Mutilation, at Kerio Valley Boys Secondary School in Tot, Elgeyo-Marakwet County, on February 6, 2016.
No Schoolgirls Being Screened for Genital Cutting - Authorities
Thomson Reuters Foundation, 8 January 2019
No schoolgirls in western Kenya are being forced to undergo examinations for female genital mutilation, Kenyan authorities said on Tuesday, after a government official sparked… Read more »
Schoolgirls in Narok county will undergo mandatory pregnancy and female genital mutilation tests this week, an administrator has warned. County Commissioner George Natembeya has ... Read more »
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