Source description last updated: 30 November 2021
In brief: 28 Too Many is an NGO based in the UK, providing research and training with the aim of ending female genital mutilation (FGM) worldwide.
Coverage on ecoi.net:
Country profiles and reports.
Covered quarterly on ecoi.net, for countries of priorities A-C.
“Founded in 2010 and registered as a charity in 2012, 28 Too Many provides a strategic framework where knowledge and tools enable in-country anti-FGM campaigners and organisations to be successful in making sustainable changes to end FGM.” (28 Too Many: Annual Review 2019/2020, 2020, p. 3)
Mainly voluntary donations. For details, see: 28 Too Many: Annual Review 2019/2020, 2020, pp. 33-34
Scope of reporting:
Geographic focus: the 28 African countries where FGM is practiced.
Thematic focus: FGM.
Reports are produced with desk research with the help of volunteer researchers as well as local organisations (see for instance: 28 Too Many: Country Profile: FGM in Somalia and Somaliland, March 2019, p. 6-11 and 28 Too Many: 28 Too Many Celebrate International Volunteer Day 2013, 5 December 2013). The series “FGM and the law” was produced in partnership with the Thomson Reuters Foundation and in cooperation with law firms providing pro bono research (Thomson Reuters Foundation: Using the Law to End FGM, 10 September 2018).
Language(s) of publications:
English (some translations in Arabic and French available).
Further reading / links:
Thomson Reuters Foundation: Using the Law to End FGM, 10 September 2018
Church Mission Society: Legal award for 28 Too Many, 5 October 2018
Horizont: Die Schock-Kampagne von Ogilvy London gegen weibliche Genitalverstümmelung, 9 June 2015
All links accessed 30 November 2021.
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