The hopes, freedom and futures of Maasai girls are being robbed and sacrificed every day. And it needs to stop.

The hopes, freedom and futures of Maasai girls are being robbed and sacrificed every day. And it needs to stop.

The hopes, freedom and futures of Maasai girls are being robbed and sacrificed every day. And it needs to stop. Every day, Maasai girls are forced into female genital mutilation (FGM) and child marriage. What does this mean for Maasai girls? It means they will likely have health issues resulting from FGM, which can range from potentially grave severe bleeding, to chronic infections and fatal difficulties in childbirth. It also means that 11- to 14-year-old Maasai girls will have to leave school, instead bearing children for their new husbands and dedicating themselves to their new home and family. Maasai girls are largely condemned to living a life of extreme poverty and hard work, with little hope of a better future. Click here to learn more about the issues.   Coins for Change is committed to putting an end to FGM and early marriage and to providing poor marginalized Maasai girls with the education, resources and freedom to make a better future for themselves, their families and their communities. What makes Coins...
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