Hawa Trust is a grass-roots local organisation working in Hackney among African and other ethnic minority communities. We work to support communities to tackle Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), engage with them to change attitudes, provide information for young women and girls, and provide referrals to other organisations and statutory services.
Hawa Trust is raise awareness of issue about( FGM) Female Genital Mutilation in the UK and Sierra Leone. I would like to work to safeguard the dignity and rights of African Woman and girls in the UK and Sierra Leone. Hawa Trust is passionate about the health of woman around issue about FGM.
Hawa Trust went to Focus Group for the NSPCC (FGM) Female Genital Mutilation or Female circumcision, the discussion was about general views, thoughts and feelings about FGM Helpline service.
we made contributions on how it could help young children in the UK. we spoke about newspaper promotions on how it could broaden the campaign. And we also spoke about how to involve community leaders in the campaign e.g Pastors, School teachers, Iimans GP, Leaflets.
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