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Our founder

Sara Aduse

"No girl should suffer this pain like me".

 

The foundation was founded by Sara Aduse - a courageous woman who has herself experienced Female Genital Mutilation and is now determined to fight against this cruel practice. Through her own story, she is deeply touched and motivated to help other girls and women who have experienced the same suffering. She is an inspiring ambassador of change and is a tireless advocate for women's rights and well-being. There are more than 200 million girls and women worldwide who have undergone genital mutilation. In Switzerland alone, there are over 22,000 girls and women who have already been circumcised or are at risk of this harmful practice. Sara Aduse is firmly convinced that a lot can be achieved by raising awareness. With the documentary "Do You Remember Me?" from 20 Minutes and the book "Me, the Fighter", Sara Aduse is contributing to this public relations work to protect girls from circumcision.

THE DOCUMENTARY "DO YOU REMEMBER ME?"

The documentary "Do You Remember Me?" of 20 minutes tells the story of Sara's return to her home country Ethiopia. The film by Désirée Pomper, Helena Müller, and Murat Temel is a powerful work that sensitively portrays the experiences, challenges, and journey of the founder in the fight against FGM. The film not only shows the impact of FGM on an individual level but also highlights the cultural, social, and societal backgrounds that contribute to the perpetuation of the practice. It conveys a message of hope, survival, and commitment to change.

THE BOOK "ME, THE FIGHTER

In the book "Me, the Fighter" Sara Aduse writes down her story and processes her childhood trauma. The pain, the loss of basic trust, her anger, depression and psychological problems, the tense relationship with her mother and grandmother, but also the process of self-healing and her liberating path to inner peace and forgiveness.

 

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