About

Ifrah Foundation works to elimination Female Genital Mutilation, founded in 2010 by Ifrah Ahmed, an Irish- Somali survivor. Ifrah Foundation has been active in Somalia since 2013, where it is a registered Civil Society Organisation (CSO). Ifrah Foundation is also a registered charity in Ireland.

Ifrah Ahmed is one of the world's top international FGM/C eradication advocates and activists. Ifrah has received multiple awards for her work and she campaigns relentlessly for legislation to ban FGM/C around the world.

School girls listening to a session on FGM
Somali girls learning

Ifrah Foundation is committed to:

 

  • always respect and prioritise all human rights;
  • be are accountable and transparent in all of our work;
  • place the best Interests of the child/children at the centre of our action;
  • approach our work as urgent and critical;
  • be guided by the expertise of multi-disciplinary team working in this complex issue;
  • approach our work with dignity and respect.

Team Members
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Ifrah Ahmed

Founder & Programme Director

Leonie Kerins

Leonie Kerins

Executive Director

Financial Controller

Financial Controller

Financial Controller

Communications and Community Empowerment Officer

Financial Controller

Advocacy Officer

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Richard Treston

Accountant


Patron
Sabina Coyne Higgins with Ifrah

Sabina Coyne Higgins

Patron