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Female Genital Mutilaiton (FGM) is the practice of cutting away parts of the external female genitalia.
It is usually called female circumcision by those who practice it.
The three broad categories of FGM are: clitoridectomy, excision and infibulation.
The mildest form of FGM, clitoridectomy, is the removal of all or part of the clitoris.
The practice of FGM is justified to exercise control over women's alleged uncontrolled sexuality and emotional nature.
There are also said to be hygienic and aesthetic reasons and the need to comply with tradition and supposed religious requirements.
There have been few studies concerning women in Ethiopia, but many observers have commented on the physical hardships that Ethiopian women experience throughout their lives.
The results have showed that there is birth complication during giving birth.
In order to minimize such suffering the mothers should say no for circumcision of the new born one.
Results have shown that most families in the area do not have good education.
Therefore, less educated families should participate in the community education activities in order to know the challenge of female students.
Sirika Bekele Terfassa has published eleven books so far and this is the twelfth book published by this author.
He has eight years of solid experience in conducting scientific research with a relevant model.
The author would like to dedicate this publication to those women who encounter health problems caused by Genital Mutilations.
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