Geneva : Experts and workers on the ground said Friday that men had a key role to play in the fight against female circumcision in Africa, a day before the International Day against Female Genital Mutilation."If men decide to abandon the practice, it is certain women will follow", doctor and Malian deputy Omar Mariko said, men are the ones saying the practice is our tradition and our culture, he added.
"The female genital mutilation or cutting poses immediate and long-term consequences for the health of women and girls and violates their human rights", the United Nations Children Fund said. Bureau Report
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