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Nicole Moudaber Launches ELEVEN Charity Campaign To End Female Genital Mutilation

The campaign will benefit Magool, which supports survivors of FGM and those working to end it.
Nicole Moudaber

Nicole Moudaber is using her clout and resources to raise awareness and money for a worthy cause. She is launching her charity campaign “ELEVEN” to raise awareness about the harmful & barbaric practice of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).

She is working with psychotherapist and human rights activist Leyla Hussein and Magool, which Hussein founded on the project. All funds will go to Magool, which supports survivors of FGM and those working to end it.

FGM is a practice done on girls generally between infancy and the age of 15. It is recognized as a human rights violation and illegal in most countries where it takes place. Despite this, tragically, every minute, somewhere in the world, 11 girls undergo female genital mutilation or FGM. Over 200 million women globally are living with FGM. Many die from its consequences.

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Luciano, ANNA, Avant Gardner, Carl Craig, Hito and Martin Buttrich have already signed on to support the campaign and you should to because this is about as much of a no-brainer as they come for charitable causes. You can donate money at the GoFundMe page here or buy a bracelet Moudaber is selling for the cause.

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