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Natalia Kanem and UNICEF Executive Director Catherine Russell on the International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation 04 February 2022 UNICEF Ethiopia/2020/Mulugeta Ayene Available in: English Français Español 中文 NEW YORK, 4 February 2022 – “ Multiple overlapping crises are putting millions of girls at increased risk of female genital mutilation. (...) “Even before COVID-19, 68 million girls were estimated to be at risk of female genital mutilation between 2015 and 2030. As the pandemic continues to shutter schools and disrupt programmes that help protect girls from this harmful practice, an additional 2 million additional cases of female genital mutilation may occur over the next decade. (...) Global efforts must keep the momentum moving forward and build on years of progress to end this harmful practice completely.”  ### Notes to Editors The UNFPA–UNICEF Joint Programme on the Elimination of Female Genital Mutilation works to tackle female genital mutilation through interventions in 17 countries where the practice is prevalent.
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Score: 679970.56 - https://www.unicef.org/press-r...-end-female-genital-mutilation
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Audio - 7'44" Playlist UNICEF/Kate Holt Sudan bans female genital mutilation, UNICEF vows to help support new law 2 May 2020 Human Rights The United Nations Childen’s Fund (UNICEF) welcomed the landmark move by Sudan’s transitional government this week to criminalize female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C), with a three-year jail sentence for offenders. (...) UNICEF/Kate Holt In Kenya, UN chief kicks off global media campaign to end female genital mutilation 30 October 2014 The practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) must come to a quick end and the global media can play a critical role in making that happen, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon affirmed today during his visit to the Kenyan capital of Nairobi. UN Photo/Jean-Marc Ferré Ending female genital mutilation vital for healthy communities, stresses UN official 4 June 2014 The United Nations human rights chief today called for concerted efforts to urgently address female genital mutilation, calling it a form of gender-based discrimination and violence that must be eradicated if women, girls and their communities are to thrive.
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Score: 679970.56 - https://news.un.org/en/tags/fe...ale-genital-mutilation/video/0
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Document COVID-19 Disrupting SDG 5.3: Eliminating Female Genital Mutilation About This technical note, developed by the UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on the Elimination of Female Genital Mutilation, supports the development of preparedness and response plans for addressing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on girls and women at risk of and affected by female genital mutilation. Download document Download file (PDF, 3,33 MB) Related topics COVID-19 Female genital mutilation FGM Global More to explore Programme UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme Learn how UNICEF and UNFPA are accelerating the elimination of this harmful practice. Explore our work Programme Female Genital Mutilation Female genital mutilation is an extreme form of violence against girls and women.
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Score: 679576.5 - https://www.unicef.org/documen...ting-female-genital-mutilation
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Female genital mutilation (FGM) describes all procedures that involve the partial or total removal of external genitalia or other injury to the female genital organs for non-medical reasons. (...) Global strategy to stop health-care providers from performing female genital mutilation In 2010, WHO published a "Global strategy to stop health-care providers from performing female genital mutilation" in collaboration with the UNFPA and UNICEF Joint Programme on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting and other partners. (...) Note to editors: Recommendations include: de-infibulation to prevent and treat obstetric complications, as well as to facilitate childbirth, and prevent and treat problems with the urinary tract system; mental health including cognitive behavioural therapy and psychological support to treat depression and anxiety disorders; female sexual health covering sexual counselling to prevent or treat female sexual dysfunction; information and education for all women and girls who have undergone female genital mutilation, and health education and information on de-infibulation, where appropriate, for both health-care providers and for women and girls.
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Score: 678560.9 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...with-female-genital-mutilation
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In emerging markets, too few female-led companies are accessing first stage financing:  a study covering over 8,000 startups that applied to accelerators in emerging markets found that nearly half of the businesses had a female co-founder. (...) Lack of mentors, role models and networks in the field for female business leaders. IFC.ORG Our goal: From 2019 and onwards, 50% of our new portfolio companies will be female-led.   (...) As a first step, we are launching a master class series that features bright, fabulous (and female) leaders in the startup space, tackling some of the most common challenges female entrepreneurs in emerging markets face.
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Score: 678560.9 - https://www.unicef.org/innovation/stories/smartinvesting
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Overview of incidents and casualties nationwide in 2020 Killed Injured Total 66 181 247 Total Adult 46 110 156 Male 41 79 120 Female 5 31 36 Total Child 20 71 91 Male 17 52 69 Female 3 19 22 Focus on the States most affected by landmines/ERW in 2020 Rakhine State (54% of total casualties) Incidents affected States/Regions and Townships in 2020 Killed Injured Total 45 89 134 Total Adult 27 43 70 Male 25 23 48 Female 2 20 22 Total Child 18 46 64 Male 16 36 52 Female 2 10 12 Shan State (23% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 13 45 58 Total Adult 11 27 38 Male 11 23 34 Female 0 4 4 Total Child 2 18 20 Male 1 9 10 Female 1 9 10 Kachin State (10% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 3 21 24 Total Adult 3 19 22 Male 1 15 16 Female 2 4 6 Total Child 0 2 2 Male 0 2 2 Female 0 0 0 For more information on Mine Action, contact UNICEF (Luhar Danee LDanee@unicef.org and Kyaw Win Oo KWOo@unicef.org ) Total incidents 40 Total Victims Adult Child 23 other incidents resulting in 31 casualties (13% of total casualties) were also documented in Bago, Chin, Kayin, Mon, Magway and Tanitharyi during the same period.
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Score: 678180.1 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...%20Incidents%20Information.pdf
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Overview of incidents and casualties nationwide in 2021 (January-May) Killed Injured Total 32 66 98 Total Adult 24 43 67 Male 14 29 43 Female 10 14 24 Total Child 8 23 31 Male 7 15 22 Female 1 8 9 Focus on the States most affected by landmines/ERW in 2021 Rakhine State (37% of total casualties) Incidents affected States/Regions and Townships in 2021 Killed Injured Total 7 29 36 Total Adult 4 13 17 Male 1 10 11 Female 3 3 6 Total Child 3 16 19 Male 3 10 13 Female 0 6 6 Shan State (35% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 15 19 34 Total Adult 11 15 26 Male 7 12 19 Female 4 3 7 Total Child 4 4 8 Male 3 2 5 Female 1 2 3 Kachin State (21% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 8 13 21 Total Adult 7 11 18 Male 5 5 10 Female 2 6 8 Total Child 1 2 3 Male 1 2 3 Female 0 0 0 For more information on Mine Action, contact UNICEF (Nurten Yilmaz NYilmaz@unicef.org and Kyaw Win Oo KWOo@unicef.org ) Total incidents 17 Total Victims Adult Child 7 other incidents resulting in 7 casualties (7% of total casualties) were also documented in Bago, Chin, Kayin and Mon during the reporting period.
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Score: 678180.1 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...%20Incidents%20Information.pdf
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Overview of incidents and casualties nationwide in 2021 (January-August) Killed Injured Total 53 102 155 Total Adult 40 69 109 Male 28 47 75 Female 12 22 34 Total Child 13 33 46 Male 12 23 35 Female 1 10 11 Focus on the States most affected by landmines/ERW in 2021 Rakhine State (30% of total casualties) Incidents affected States/Regions and Townships in 2021 Killed Injured Total 12 35 47 Total Adult 9 17 26 Male 6 13 19 Female 3 4 7 Total Child 3 18 21 Male 3 12 15 Female 0 6 6 Shan State (37% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 24 34 58 Total Adult 18 25 43 Male 12 19 31 Female 6 6 12 Total Child 6 9 15 Male 5 6 11 Female 1 3 4 Kachin State (19% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 10 19 29 Total Adult 8 16 24 Male 6 8 14 Female 2 8 10 Total Child 2 3 5 Male 2 2 4 Female 0 1 1 For more information on Mine Action, contact UNICEF (Mike Charley MCharley@unicef.org and Kyaw Win Oo KWOo@unicef.org ) Total incidents 33 Total Victims Adult Child 17 other incidents resulting in 21 casualties (14% of total casualties) were also documented in Bago, Chin, Kayah, Kayin and Mon during the reporting period.
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Score: 678180.1 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...%20Incidents%20Information.pdf
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Overview of incidents and casualties nationwide in 2020 Killed Injured Total 34 112 146 Total Adult 25 75 100 Male 23 54 77 Female 2 21 23 Total Child 9 37 46 Male 8 30 38 Female 1 7 8 Focus on the States most affected by landmines/ERW in 2020 Rakhine State (53% of total casualties) Incidents affected States/Regions and Townships in 2020 Killed Injured Total 21 56 77 Total Adult 13 26 39 Male 13 14 27 Female 0 12 12 Total Child 8 30 38 Male 7 25 32 Female 1 5 6 Shan State (25% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 8 28 36 Total Adult 7 22 29 Male 7 18 25 Female 0 4 4 Total Child 1 6 7 Male 1 4 5 Female 0 2 2 Kachin State (8% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 2 9 11 Total Adult 2 9 11 Male 0 5 5 Female 2 4 6 Total Child 0 0 0 Male 0 0 0 Female 0 0 0 Landmines / ERW Incidents Information (June 2020) Total Victims Total incidents 5 Adult Total incidents 85 Total Victims Adult Child Total incidents 35 Total Victims Adult Child For more information on Mine Action, contact UNICEF (Luhar Danee LDanee@unicef.org and Kyaw Win Oo KWOo@unicef.org ) Total incidents 27 Total Victims Adult Child 18 other incidents resulting in 22 casualties (15% of total casualties) were also documented in Bago, Chin, Kayin, Mon and Tanitharyi during the same period.
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Score: 678180.1 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...%20Incidents%20Information.pdf
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Overview of incidents and casualties nationwide in 2021 (January-April) Killed Injured Total 25 47 72 Total Adult 18 26 44 Male 10 18 28 Female 8 8 16 Total Child 7 21 28 Male 6 13 19 Female 1 8 9 Focus on the States most affected by landmines/ERW in 2021 Rakhine State (43% of total casualties) Incidents affected States/Regions and Townships in 2021 Killed Injured Total 6 25 31 Total Adult 3 9 12 Male 0 7 7 Female 3 2 5 Total Child 3 16 19 Male 3 10 13 Female 0 6 6 Shan State (38% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 12 15 27 Total Adult 8 12 20 Male 5 9 14 Female 3 3 6 Total Child 4 3 7 Male 3 1 4 Female 1 2 3 Kachin State (11% of total casualties) Killed Injured Total 5 3 8 Total Adult 5 2 7 Male 4 1 5 Female 1 1 2 Total Child 0 1 1 Male 0 1 1 Female 0 0 0 Landmines / ERW Incidents Information (2021) Total Victims Total incidents 6 Adult Total incidents 34 Total Victims Adult Child Total incidents 10 Total Victims Adult Child For more information on Mine Action, contact UNICEF (Luhar Danee LDanee@unicef.org and Kyaw Win Oo KWOo@unicef.org ) Total incidents 12 Total Victims Adult Child 6 other incidents resulting in 6 casualties (8% of total casualties) were also documented in Bago, Chin, Kayin and Mon during the reporting period.
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Score: 678180.1 - https://www.unicef.org/myanmar...%20Incidents%20Information.pdf
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