Manor Gardens has been looking after women’s health since we were set up in 1913. We promote the ending of FGM and the protection of women and children’s rights by raising awareness of female genital mutilation in all its forms. Our trained community workers speak a wide range of community languages, allowing us to reach many of the communities affected by FGM.
We host a London-wide FGM Forum to share good practice and resources, join up community work and campaign for national policies to protect young women and girls from FGM. We work together to ensure that
If you’re a survivor of FGM you can join our Dahlia Project, where we create safe spaces for you to talk about your experiences, thoughts and feelings about how FGM has affected your life.