Women Watch Afrika, Inc. CEO & founder , Glory Kilanko and Attorney Preye Cobham, discuss the health and legal ramifications of female gentile mutilation and cutting

Women Watch Afrika, Inc. CEO &  founder , Glory Kilanko and Preye Cobham, attorney and legal advisor, advocate for outreach and prevention of female gentile mutilation (FGM) and cutting, to avoid long-term health effects and prosecution. They advise that Kenyan, Somalian, Sudanese, Sierra Leonean, Nigerian, Egyptian and Eritrean are the most at-risk African communities for FGM.

(Seated, R-L)  Women Watch Afrika, Inc. CEO & founder , Glory Kilanko and Attorney Preye Cobham

(Seated, R-L)  Women Watch Afrika, Inc. CEO & founder , Glory Kilanko and Attorney Preye Cobham

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