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This activist is committed to ending FGM in Somaliland

On November 13, 2017, thousands of Somalilanders headed to the polls to choose their new president, standing in long queues under the harsh sun for the opportunity to cast their vote. A lot was at stake in the auto declared country: the possibility of political reform, strengthening a shaky economy, and building relationships with neighboring… The post This activist is committed to ending FGM in Somaliland appeared first on ONE.
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