Save the Children welcomes Transitional Government’s decision of passing article 141 to the Sudanese Criminal law, aimed at criminalizing Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)
This would impact efforts aimed at saving children from acute malnutrition and diseases such as malaria, pneumonia and diarrhoea.
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On Wednesday 19 February Save the Children Sweden Chairperson Lise Bergh met the Prime Minister of the Republic of Sudan, together with Lena Ingelstam, Programmes Director and Arshad Malik Sudan office Country Director.
"Since the emergence of the first case in the Sudan, Save the Children Sudan teams have been working tirelessly to ensure that children and their family are protected from the pandemic. Our work has been widely recognized by donors, government, UN agencies but most importantly the communities we serve" Arshad Malik- Country Director