Grandmas, Pensions and FGM/C: Pathways’ Perspective #7

Rebecca Calder reports on the surprising finding that pensions may be contributing to a reduction in female genital cutting in Karamoja, Uganda.

Perspective #7 suggests that we need to understand much more about how social and economic interventions can work together to tackle harmful traditional practices.

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About the Author

Rebecca Calder is a Senior Social Development Specialist at Development Pathways. She is somewhat daunted by the challenge of coming up with a witty introduction to a paper about clitorises. So she will, both prudently and somewhat unusually, remain silent.


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