Female genital mutilation (FGM)
To obtain your certificate, you are required to score 80% or higher. However, you can retake the exam as many times as you need to. Good Luck!
Q1 - Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) refers to:
Q2 - FGM is primarily practiced in:
Q3 - Which of the following is NOT a reason often cited for the practice of FGM?
Q4 - FGM can lead to various health complications, including:
Q5 - The World Health Organisation (WHO) classifies FGM into how many main types?
Q6 - Type I FGM involves:
Q7 - The main reasons for FGM often include:
Q8 - FGM is considered a violation of:
Q9 - The practice of FGM has been widely criticised and condemned because:
Q10 - Efforts to eradicate FGM include: