Home » Population Council / FRONTIERSPopulation Council / FRONTIERS Back to main Research page Population Council / FRONTIERS Research Papers, Articles and OR/TA Final Reports Female Genital Cutting Harms Women’s Health Burkina Faso and Mali NGOs Need to Join Forces to End FGC – Egypt Community Sensitization Must Precede Alternative Coming-of-Age Rite, Kenya Empower Health Workers to Advocate Against Female Genital Cutting – Mali FGC Excisors Persist Despite Entreaties Using Operations Research to Strengthen Programmes for Encouraging Abandonment of FGC: Report of a Consultative Meeting on Methodological Issues for FGC Research. April 9-11 2002 Nairobi, Kenya An Assessment of the Alternative Rites Approach for Encouraging Abandonment of Female Genital Mutilation in Kenya. Jane Chege, Ian Askew and Jennifer Liku Critical Analysis of Interventions Against FGC in Egypt Nahla Abdel-Tawab and Sahar Hegazi FGC in Egypt: Myths and Realities Exposed Available only in English and Arabic hardcopy. Please email [email protected] for more information Details on Social, Health, Medical, and Other Considerations of FGC, Drawn from Studies in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Mali, and Senegal. Africa OR/TA Programme Briefs, 1998. The Tostan Story- Breakthrough in Senegal, Ending FGC, 1999. Hard copy available in French, English and Arabic. For summaries please click here.