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Canadian Embassy screens film on FGM

The International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation was marked earlier this month

In Summary

• The film was titled 'In the name of your daughter'

Canadian High Commissioner Lisa Stadelbauer and David Da Silva from Canadian Embassy
Canadian High Commissioner Lisa Stadelbauer and David Da Silva from Canadian Embassy
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The Canadian Embassy recently held a screening of the film, 'In the name of your daughter' to commemorate the FGM day.

The event took place at Canada residence, Nairobi. The International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation was marked earlier this month. 

 

In attendance were Canadian High Commissioner Lisa Stadelbauer, Uasin Gishu Senator Margaret Kamar and woman representative Gladys Shollei, as well as Kericho woman representative Florence Bore

FGM activists Alice Masinte and Jeremiah Kutanya
FGM activists Alice Masinte and Jeremiah Kutanya
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Uasin Gishu Senator Margaret Kamar and woman representative Gladys Shollei
Uasin Gishu Senator Margaret Kamar and woman representative Gladys Shollei
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Gender specialist Kagure Wakaba, Denis Bouillon and event planner Rossie Kinyanjui
Gender specialist Kagure Wakaba, Denis Bouillon and event planner Rossie Kinyanjui
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Kericho woman representative Florence Bore and Kelly Thomson from the Canadian Embassy
Kericho woman representative Florence Bore and Kelly Thomson from the Canadian Embassy
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Aspiring politician Lydia Ndugu, Estelle Halimi from French Embassy and student Rachel Keeru
Aspiring politician Lydia Ndugu, Estelle Halimi from French Embassy and student Rachel Keeru
Image: Douglas Okiddy