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Nyala, SUDAN: TO GO WITH STORY BY ALI KHALIL (FILES) Sudanese displaced women and children wait to register themselves to get aid from the World Food Program in Muza camp, on the outskirts of the southern Darfur town of Nyala, 04 January 2005. Young girls in the poverty-stricken African country -- ruled by an Islamist regime since a 1989 coup -- are still subjected to the ancient tradition branded by human rights organizations as 'female genital mutilation or cutting' (FGM/C). AFP PHOTO/JOSE CENDON (Photo credit should read JOSE CENDON/AFP/Getty Images)
Nyala, SUDAN: TO GO WITH STORY BY ALI KHALIL (FILES) Sudanese displaced women and children wait to register themselves to get aid from the World Food Program in Muza camp, on the outskirts of the southern Darfur town of Nyala, 04 January 2005. Young girls in the poverty-stricken African country -- ruled by an Islamist regime since a 1989 coup -- are still subjected to the ancient tradition branded by human rights organizations as 'female genital mutilation or cutting' (FGM/C). AFP PHOTO/JOSE CENDON (Photo credit should read JOSE CENDON/AFP/Getty Images)

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Naana Otoo-Oyortey from the Foundation for Women's Health talks about her efforts to stop female genital mutilation.

Fighting female genital mutilation

Naana Otoo-Oyortey from the Foundation for Women's Health talks about her efforts to stop female genital mutilation.