British Woman helps African girls escape FMG
Credit: Marshall Wolfe
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British Woman Helps African Girls Escape Fmg Stock PhotoAfrica,Child,Children Only,Container,Day,Dirt Road,Education,High Angle View,Holding,Horizontal,Midsection,On The Move,Outdoors,People,Photography,Rear View,Shadow,Tanzania,Three People,Togetherness,Uniform,Unrecognizable Person,WalkingPhotographer Marshall WolfeCollection: Photonica Jacob SilberbergSurvivors of FGM, (from left) Naito Nagoto, 19, Ngalai Lutoris, 15 and Frida Alex, 18, at the Noonkondin Secondary School run by Gemma Enolengila in the bush, about two hours outside of Arusha, Tanzania. Gemma Enolengila, who is British and is married to Lesikar Olengila, who is Masai Mara. Together, they run a boarding school in the country side that gives free tuition to young women and girls who are fleeing or escaping genital mutilation.