Fighting FGM, Ifrah Ahmed Is a Champion For Women's Rights
When Ifrah Ahmed arrived in Ireland as a teenager after fleeing Somalia, it would have been natural if she had focused on building a new life for herself. Instead, she decided to try to save others from a harmful traditional practice that has impacted the lives of millions of women worldwide, including her own - female genital mutilation (FGM).
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