Founded by Irish-Somali activist Ifrah Ahmed, the Ifrah Foundation is spearheading an inspiring and creative national campaign to end female genital mutilation (FGM) in Somalia, where FGM prevalence is currently 98 percent. The Foundation’s “Dear Daughter” Campaign encourages Somali parents to pledge not to cut their daughters and works with local media to amplify women’s rights messaging. Ifrah has also been a visionary and powerful advocate for ending FGM in Ireland and globally, and her work was featured in Mary McGuckian’s award-winning feature film, “A Girl from Mogadishu.”