Celia Dugger, du New York Times, s'est rendue dans le village de Sare Harouna, au Sénégal : "Across the continent, an estimated 92 million girls and women have undergone it. But like more than 5,000 other Senegalese villages, Sare Harouna has joined a growing movement to end the practice."

"“Before you would never even dare to discuss this,” said Mamadou Dia, governor of the Kolda region where this village is located. “It was taboo. Now you have thousands of people coming to abandon it.”"

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Source : The New York Times, 15/10/11