FGM survivor hopes practice will be stamped out in her lifetime

4 March 2012

Music superstar Angelique Kidjo recently performed at the United Nations in a concert calling for an end to Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).

And while Saran Dioubate is not a household name, her voice is equally loud and compelling on this issue.

As a child in her native country, Guinea, Saran and several other little girls from her neighbourhood underwent the practice, which is also known as cutting.

Dianne Penn reports.


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