An international non-governmental organization based in Senegal Africa geared toward educating the people and ending female genital cutting.
An introduction including what it is, countries that practise it, and a discussion on the religious influence, plus links.
African-led international non-governmental organisation working on issues of women's empowerment, sexual autonomy, reproductive health, and freedom from violence, with a focus on female genital mutilation and women's rights to their bodily integrity.
Attempts to present the practice from a variety of perspectives and serve as a networking resource for organizations doing work related to FGC.
Listings of national and international agencies, articles, organizations and web sites to find help for and information about female genital mutilation and female circumcision practices worldwide.
An essay, by Lisa Donaldson, discussing this practice in the 21st century.
Amnesty International covers the topic of clitoridectomy, including procedures, why and where practiced, mental and physical effects on women.
Analyses, facts and regularly updated news on female genital mutilation in Africa.
IDIL is a Daphne Programme project 2001/2003. The project is aimed at defining and experimenting strategies to prevent FGM among immigrant communities/families in Europe.
A resource centre for FGM activists, written in English, French and Arabic.