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Three important lessons from a new book on female genital cutting in Kenya

When it comes to female genital cutting, headlines provoke and call out for concern. One headline called it the “curse of blades and powders,” while another warned that school holidays were a “cutting season.” This month a team of Kenyan teenagers have received a lot of media attention for creating a mobile phone app, i-Cut, […]
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