The 6th of February marks the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation, to raise awareness of the issue and to encourage actions to end its practice. To mark the day we have picked out our four top shots to end FGM.
Each photo was taken on one of our FGM projects in Kenya. They highlight the role CWB plays in supporting and developing future leaders from within the communities we work in partnership with. These leaders help to promote equality and change, and use cricket as a tool to start that conversation. This is crucial in forming a well rounded and sensitive response to a challenging problem.
To find out more about the FGM work we do in Kenya and the UK please visit the FGM pages
of the website or contact Julia @cricketwithoutboundaries dot com for more details.
You can read some more about the campaign to end FGM via these articles:
If you’d like to share any of the above images on social media, then please do. And use the hashtag #endFGM – thank you!