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Title: Vincere l'infibulazione si può. Il «rito alternativo» e il programma di prevenzione di Maana Suldaan 'Abdurahman 'Ali 'Iise a Merka (Somalia)
Authors: Grassivaro Gallo, Pia
Keywords: mutilazioni genitali femminili
infibulazione
donne
attivismo
salute
campagna anti-MGF
gudniinka fircooniga
gudniin
haween
dhaqdhaqaaq siyaasadeed
caafimaad
ladagaalanka FGM
female genitali mutilations
infibulation
women
political activism
health
anti-FGM campaign
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: L'Harmattan Italia
Type: Book
Journal: Studi Somali 15
Call Number: Originale conservato presso il Centro studi Somali : http://host.uniroma3.it/centri/CentroStudiSomali/index.php
Pages: 173
Abstract: Il volume, parte della collana "Studi Somali", racconta l'esperienza di una donna somala, Maana Suldaan 'Abdurahman 'Ali 'Iise, e il suo impegno nella lotta alle mutilazioni genitali femminili tramite un progetto da lei ideato e condotto in Somalia.
Buuggani oo ka mid ah buugagta taxana ah "Studi Somali", wuxuu ka hadlayaa waaya-aragnimadii haweeney Soomaaliyeed, Maana Suldaan 'Cabduraxmaan Cali Ciise, iyo dadaalkeeda la dagaalanka gudniinka fircooniga ah, iyadoo adeegsanaysa mashruuc iyada samaysay oo ku hirgelisay Soomaaliya.
The volume, which belongs to 'Studi Somali' series, presents the experience of a Somali woman, Maana Suldaan 'Abdurahman 'Ali 'Iise, and her commitment in fighting against Female Genital Mutilation by the means of a project she conceived and carried out in Somalia.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2307/5787
Language: it
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