“Fahma is one of nine daughters in a Somali family that moved to Britain when she was seven. Now 17, she is part of a new generation of anti-FGM campaigners determined to make politicians sit up and listen, and finally end female genital mutilation. A trustee of the charity Integrate Bristol, which fights against FGM, she has now become the face of the Guardian’s campaign to help end the practice. She puts it simply: ‘I want to help these girls who don’t have a voice.'”
Our directors at Lightgeist Media were commissioned to make this piece for the launch of the Guardian’s End-FGM campaign in February 2014. It was simultaneously on the front page of the print and online edition on the 06.02.2014.