Funding to tackle female genital mutilation in Scotland
The first minister has announced nearly £220,000 of funding to prevent female genital mutilation (FGM) in Scotland.
The money, which will go to charities who work in this area, will be used to raise awareness and help those affected.
There are 3,000 girls in Scotland born of mothers who come from FGM-practicing countries.
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