Experts criticize Netherlands’ approach to female genital mutilation care, prevention – NL Times

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Proper care for women who have undergone female genital mutilation is the most effective way to ensure they do not have their daughters circumcised, experts say. However, Dutch insurance does not always reimburse operations to reverse the circumcision and medical schools do not provide enough training for how to deal with women who have undergone the procedure, according to Nederlands Dagblad.

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Grade: C

Number of Women and Girls At Risk: 25,000

Status: Existing Legislation Needs Strengthening

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