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A. Dawson on preventing FGM/C in "high-income countries." Only 1 peer reviewed paper on efficacy of interventions; most reports are in "gray literature" (e.g., charity websites). Raising awareness seems to be main goal, focus on FGM/C being against human rights + neg. for health
Training on child protection in relation to FGM/C not conducted on a structured, nationwide basis (re: NHS in England). Studies are largely prescriptive or top-down, focused on legal moves & healthcare. Few interventions community-driven, focused on empowering individual women
"We need to improve the evidence and strengthen our evaluations ... there is a dearth of relevant evidence to inform our practice."
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