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Eliminate all harmful practices, such as child, early and forced marriage and female genital mutilation.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Women's Rights Advocacy Groups: Advocate for women's rights, with a specific focus on ending forced marriages and genital mutilation within the community.

  2. Community-Based Women's Shelters: Provide refuge and support for women and girls escaping forced marriages or seeking protection from genital mutilation.

  3. Health Clinics and NGOs: Provide medical care, counseling, and education to prevent and address genital mutilation.

  4. Religious and Cultural Awareness Groups: Challenge harmful traditional and cultural practices, including those related to forced marriages and genital mutilation.

  5. Legal Aid and Advocacy Organizations: Offer legal assistance to victims and survivors, advocating for the rights of those facing forced marriages or genital mutilation.

  6. Community Educators and Outreach Teams: Conduct educational programs, workshops, and outreach activities to raise awareness about the consequences of forced marriages and genital mutilation.

  7. Community Youth Empowerment Organizations: Empower young people, including girls, to resist and speak out against harmful practices, such as forced marriages.

  8. Social Work and Counseling Services: Provide support to individuals and families affected by forced marriages and genital mutilation.

  9. Parental and Family Support Groups: Engage parents and families in conversations about the harmful consequences of forced marriages and genital mutilation, promoting alternative practices.

  10. Community Leaders Against Harmful Practices: Local leaders who take a stand against forced marriages and genital mutilation, working to change community norms and attitudes.

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