.Female Genital Mutilation, FGM must be funded urgently to save girls from a lifetime of suffering and even death.
At Freedom Charity, we have been working to educate potential victims. Teachers play an enormous role in spotting the signs of FGM. For teachers and support to be shown what to look out for is essential as part of the tools needed to protect up to 5000 girls a year who may suffer from this barbaric practice.
The Guardian newspaper reported on the 84% reduction in funding for FGM
At Freedom Charity we have the book cut flowers this comes along with PHSE Association accredited lesson plans we also use the Freedom Charity app . This which links straight into the police if anyone is suffering FGM. Professionals the signs and friends on what to spot and look out for.
Freedom Charity have had numerous enquiries from hundreds of schools looking for us to teach FGM. Schools need to be able to use our lesson plans and have schools visits (even if this is virtual). The books they need with the PHSE lesson plans are Cut Flowers and But its not Fair.
The schools do not have the funding to pay for this themselves and if we are seriously wanting to eradicate
FGM can be ended in a generation. If we want this Freedom needs funding. Freedom Charity to date has seen over 50,000 young people. The work in schools to educate them on the dangers of force marriage and in recent years FGM this has saved lives. Professionals feel more comfortable talking about the issues and addressing potential victims . Once staff have has the training and confidence to deal with this this is not a cultural issue this is child abuse and must be eradicated it is only through education.
I believe we can make a difference and save lives and Boys and play a part. Freedom Charity setup the ‘not in my name’ campaign. This is where young boys around the country ‘standing up’ to show that they wish to protect their sister’s female cousins and be the generation to see this practice eradicated forever.
FGM must be funded urgently to save girls from a lifetime of suffering and even death. Please make a difference and save a life Donate today
Cutest puppy in the world India Prem
I am sitting here with the cutest puppy in the world India Prem.
I love Shar-Pei’s I believe they are the most beautiful and most intelligent breed of dog in the world.
Shar-Pei’s are super intelligent and very witty. They can be stubborn, aloof and can be headstrong.
India loves cuddles and hugs.
India is fawn, I would describe her as golden. Her hair soft as silk. She is called a brush coat.
India has cute little ears and a lovely black shiny nose. Shar-Pei’s have a black tongue which is most unusual
India’s pretty thick tail curies over.
India has a pretty soft doughnut bed it’s dark grey and super snuggly
India likes to chew, she has an array of chew toys.
All India toys sit on a large shelf under the table and she chooses which one she likes to play with.
Being the cutest puppy in the world she’s shares all her toys and runs around and hands them up to you with her mouth. India has lost her little baby teeth and her new ones are shinny and gleamy.
So how do you know if you have the cuties puppy in the world?
Well I just do, look at her lovely smiling eyes, pretty face and her affectionate nature and you just know.
India is my third Shar-Pei.
Sensei was my first and absolute lovely girl. Sensei was a chocolate Shar-Pei, she was a beautiful gentle girl and we tragically lost her on her at the age of 3 years.
Deeva was my beautiful girl she was with us for eight amazing years and was blue in colour.
India came into our lives a few months ago.
Some dog breeds are unbelievably cute and Shar-Pei are at the top of the list.
As they grew up they remain cute as adult dogs.
Shar-Pie’s come from southern China originally. As puppies Shar-Pei have numerous wrinkles, however as they grow they seem to grow into their skin.