Rating: 5 stars   21 reviews


234 5th Avenue Suite 423 New York NY 10001 USA


To pursue eradication of female genital mutilation by education, awareness, and legislation. To assist victims of female genital mutilation via physical restoration and rehabilitation and protect potential victims.


CAGeM has been successful in eradicating female genital mutilation and rescuing girls in over 800 communities.

Target demographics:

Women and Girls in communities that practice female genital mutilation.

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Geographic areas served:

Worldwide. Female Genital Mutilation is practiced mostly in Africa and the Middle East but immigrant communities all over the world continue to practice FGM.


Female Genital Mutilation Eradication Program Female Genital Mutilation Rescue Program Free Hospital Project for victims of female genital mutilation

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Rating: 5 stars  

As a child welfare advocate, I have had the opportunity to work with this organization. The efficiency and passion they dedicate to rescuing little girls is exemplary of what an organization committed to improving lives and reducing suffering should be.

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