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But brave women and girls are taking a stand against FGM, sometimes risking stigma and rejection by their families and communities. “When she became a mom, she made the commitment that if she had girls, she would never cut them,” Latty said.
“And she kept her word.” Latty was 10 years old when she heard her mother’s account. “I cannot understand that children can be made to suffer in such a way, that they can be mutilated under conditions with poor or no hygiene.” She decided to become an advocate for ending the practice.
Information on the enforcement of the provisions of the decree on the creation of the CNMF could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate. Access to education Information on whether women living alone can obtain financial assistance from the government in order to return to school could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate. According to the report from the African Development Bank, the literacy rate for women aged 15 to 49 was 47 percent in 2010 (AFDB Aug. Moreover, the report from the MPF indicated that some private organizations charge fees of 1,000 Djiboutian francs (approximately CA [XE 25 Feb. 2013] Association pour le respect des droits de l'homme à Djibouti (ARDHD). Correspondence sent to the Research Directorate by a representative.
According to a report from UNESCO, [translation] "Djibouti is still faced with the challenge of the education of girls; nine girls for every ten boys go to primary school, below the regional average, which is already low" (United Nations ). In order to promote the education of girls, the government of Djibouti has taken various measures, including [translation] "dsitributing food supplies to families who educate their girls, the re-initiating school feeding, [and] building girl dormitories, especially in rural areas" (ibid., para. The International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and the Djiboutian Human Rights League (Ligue djiboutienne des droits humains, LDDH) stated that, in terms of women's rights, the Djiboutian authorities have made progress, including [translation] "the implementation in 2004 of an Action Plan for the Promotion of Education for Girls (Cadre d'action pour la promotion de l'éducation des filles, CAPEF), as well as adult literacy programs specifically targeting women" (FIDH and LDDH ). 2013]) per month for literacy courses; the report did not, however, indicate whether the MPF and the UNFD charge fees for the literacy programs they offer (Djibouti Dec. Also according to the MPF, most recipients of the literacy programs are unemployed; the MPF, however, does not provide information on the number of people who have found employment at the end of the literacy program (ibid., 36).
Latty has since recorded two more songs about ending the practice.
She learned about the harms of both practices from a UNFPA-supported adolescent girls group, and today she uses her own story to call for change. She said that family members were insisting on cutting the little one,” Latty recalled.
She spoke to the woman at length, explaining the consequences of FGM.
Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States. General background The report from the Djiboutian survey on family health (Enquête djiboutienne sur la santé de la famille), carried out between 20 by the Statistics and Demographic Studies Directorate (Direction de la statistique et des études démographiques) of Djibouti under the Arab Family Health Program (Programme de la santé de la famille arabe), a project managed by the League of Arab States (Ligue des États arabes), stated the following: [translation] With regard to the heads of households, the proportion of women heads of households is relatively high in both urban and rural and nomad environments: nearly one out of four heads of households (23.4%) is a woman; and, according to the survey results, 65.6% of those women are widows, 9.8% are divorced and 8.8% are single (Djibouti and Ligue des États arabes Apr. In correspondence sent to the Research Directorate on 18 February 2013, a representative of the Djibouti Human Rights Association (Association pour le respect des droits de l'homme à Djibouti, ARDHD) stated that his organization has never heard of cases of single women living alone in Djibouti, apart from widows and prostitutes.
He added that, according to [translation] "Djiboutian ethnic traditions, unmarried women live with their relatives-their parents, brothers or sisters. Ministère de la Promotion de la femme, du Bien-être familial et des Affaires sociales (MPF).