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Why outlawing female genital mutilation is not enough: the cutter’s story

More than a decade after female genital mutilation was first outlawed in Kenya, a former cutter explains why it continues to be business as usual despite the law. Daniel Howden and Zoe Flood travel to the remote shores of Lake Bogoria, where girls are forced to run away from home to escape being cutJoin the Guardian’s campaign to end FGM.

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