"Sudan is not really a country at all, but many.
A composite layers, like a genetic fingerprint of memories that were once fluid, but have since crystallized out from the crucible of possibility"
Jamal Mahjoub, a Sudanese novelist
How are they going to monitor the situation, though, Kizzie, if, as I understand it, it is often carried out in the home?
welshcakes,Well, it will take generations to stop it but it is usually carried out in rural areas nobody is raising awareneess about it. If people are educated about its dangers then it will slowly cease to exist. We should focus on the fact that most people do it because its cultural( women enourage each other to do it to their daughters or the society instructs the family to circumcize their daughters) women and men should be educated about it, laws are not enough because they are hard to enforce especially in third world countries so if the people involved are not reached, it will not stop.sorry for the incoherent msg, it's late and am off to bed:)
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