FGM

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AcronymDefinition
FGMField Goals Made (basketball statistic)
FGMFemale Genital Mutilation
FGMFrame Grabber Module
FGMFaculté de Gestion et de Management (French: Faculty of Business and Management; Lebanon)
FGMFondation du Grand Montréal (French: Greater Montreal Foundation; Canada)
FGMFondazione Guglielmo Marconi (Italian: Guglielmo Marconi Foundation)
FGMFluxgate Magnetometer (Cluster spacecraft)
FGMFunctionally Graded Material
FGMFunctionally Gradient Materials
FGMFocus Group Member (various organizations)
FGMFairy God Mother
FGMVector Fluxgate Magnetometer (US NASA)
FGMFoundation for Genetic Medicine
FGMFaculty Grants Management (University of Washington)
FGMFeels Good Man
FGMForce Generation Model
FGMFixed Gain Mode (satellite communications)
FGMForeign Government Representative
FGMFiscal Guidance Memorandum
FGMFission Gas Monitor
FGMFlight Guidance Module (aviation)
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(2013) stated that Hillary Clinton spoke out on several different occasions against female genital mutilation. While attending a conference in Senegal, Clinton stated that female genital mutilation was a crime against humankind and must be stopped (Shell-Duncan, et al., 2013).
Female genital mutilation can provoke serious psychological and bodily harm in women who undergo the procedure.
Prevalence and associated factors of female genital mutilation among Somali refugees in eastern Ethiopia: a cross-sectional study.
'Female genital mutilation is rooted in gender inequalities and power imbalances between men and women and it sustains them by limiting opportunities for girls and women to realising their rights and full potential.
The UN Secretary-General went on to add that the Sustainable Development Goals call for the elimination of female genital mutilation by 2030.
Sadia contends that health workers performing female genital mutilation has become common practice in Kenya, even attracting persons from nearby countries.
Britain in November pledged 50 million pounds ($63 million)to combat female genital mutilation in Africa.
Clitoral inclusion cyst: a complication of type I female genital mutilation. J Obstet Gynaecol.
Victims experience g art from rmal "It is seen as a normal thing to do in society and if families refuse for their daughter to undergo female genital mutilation they will have to face the consequences of being ostracised from society.
"It is unconscionable that these girls should be added to the 200 million women and girls in the world today who have already endured female genital mutilation. Who already bear the scars, or suffer related complications, or relive harsh memories of pain and betrayal," they stressed.
According to him, female genital mutilation is a gross violation of the human rights of women and girls, World News reported.