Eliminating Child Mutilation

Social norm change starts with a community acknowledging that a harmful practice such a child mutilation exists. The community is then offered the opportunity to design and implement a response aimed at bringing the entire community to collectively abandon this harmful practice.

Social norm change workshop in Nyanja, Uganda:

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Following on from the workshop, a small group meets regularly to design and implement a response aimed at bringing the entire community to collectively abandon the harmful practice of mutilating children. Here are some pictures from a community response in Nyanja, Uganda

A community in Nyanja pledges to abandon child mutilation:

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Community drive rose and the school children   one of the members signing the pledge cards