FGM is a global health problem affecting millions. UNICEF and the World Health Organisation estimate that over 20 million women and girls alive today have undergone FGM and it is estimated that 30 million more will be subjected to FGM in the next decade.
That’s why we are seeking policy changes at the UK government level to improve access to support for FGM survivors and to help the UK government to achieve its pledge to end FGM by 2030
If you would like to support our work or sign our manifesto, please
To mark International Zero Tolerance for FGM Day 2020, ACTION:FGM by delivered a manifesto to the Prime Minister demanding the eradication of FGM by 2030. We’ve garnered around 100 prominent signatories including Royal College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists and Equality Now, Humanists UK and the Royal College of Midwives.