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15th April 2009, Jacalyn Mathers Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Children NHS. Bristol Chair of the FGM Safeguarding Group, If report has been jointly produced include this information in place of. If you need further copies of this document please telephone Jane. Turner on 0117 900 2633, If you need this document in a different format. please telephone Jane Turner, on 0117 900 2633, 1 Purpose 1. 2 Background 1, 3 FGM Training Report 3, 4 Recommendations 5.
Ds home USERS BRPHIR1 Documents resources Item5d1FGM annual report April09 Ammended june 09 doc. Contents Page 1, Annual Report for Female Genital Mutilation Group. This is the first report from the multi agency working group for female genital. mutilation FGM also known as female circumcision The report will update all. members of Bristol Safeguarding Children Board BSCB on the progress and. proposed actions of this group and the engagement with the FGM Network which. looks at the adult s perspective of FGM, 2 Background. The BSCB wanted to develop some multi agency guidelines for FGM and tasked. a short life working group in November 2006 to develop these guidelines The. group included all statutory agencies a member of a community that is known to. practice FGM and the director of a national charity involved in eradicating the. practice of FGM, FGM is practiced in 28 African countries parts of Asia Latin America and through. immigration and refuge status FGM is now seen world wide It is illegal in many. countries and there is a UK law which makes it an illegal practice for any woman. or child to undergo FGM anywhere in the world FGM is usually performed before. puberty and can be seen as a right of passage into adulthood This is a cultural. practice and not religious although some communities believe it is a religious. requirement The World Health Organization recognises four types of FGM There. are many health implications from the practice of FGM and they include problems. Kidney s and urinary problems, Painful menstruation. Mobility problems, Fertility problems, Emotional well being.
Difficulty forming intimate relationships, Infection including HIV. It is estimated that between 5 15 of girls who have FGM die from. haemorrhage shock or infection, In Bristol it is estimated that there are approximately 1236 girls aged 3 18. years September 2008 figures from communities that might practice FGM. Some communities have a prevalence of practicing FGM on up to 98 of. their girls, The group met on four occasions and the guidelines were accepted by the BSCB. in the autumn 2007 The group finished with an action plan that a smaller group. would meet to ensure there was an effective distribution and education. programme associated with the guidelines, Annual Report for Female Genital Mutilation Group. In November 2007 the first Awareness Raising for FGM training was delivered to. teachers and health professionals Further training was developed and increased. to involve all multi agency workers This multi agency training has been. developed and delivered by Bristol Primary Care Trust because of resource issues. with the BSCB training team, The Bristol guidelines for FGM were accepted by the electronic South West Child.
Protection Procedures which support all practitioners across the south west in. the winter 2007, The new FGM safeguarding group started in 2008 to formalise the work on FGM. and ensure there was a joined up approach between adult and children services. There are two groups one that meets two monthly and looks at the safeguarding. aspects of FGM for children and young people and the other group meets four. times a year and joins the safeguarding group to review the integrated working of. the adult services in relation to the FGM agenda We have developed a strategy. for the safeguarding group appendix 1 and some aims and objectives for the. FGM network, Both groups have been working with local women and young people from. communities that practice FGM and FORWARD which is a national African. women s group aiming to eradicate FGM FORWARD have undertaken some. peer research in Bristol about FGM with women and both young women and men. aged 16 25 years This research was presented to the community and. professionals on 27th February 2009 International Zero Tolerance Day Some of. the key messages from the research were, Professionals need to be trained to be sensitive and understanding of the. practice of FGM and how to challenge communities appropriately. Professionals need to support the community in their change and. elimination of the practice of FGM, Communities who practice FGM need more education into the law and. health implication of continuing FGM, This was a very powerful day and had speakers from the local communities.
FORWARD health police and community workers working with young people. The communities were pleased Bristol had developed and delivered multi agency. training for professionals working with families The main message from the day. was a pledge to eradicate FGM as a practice in Bristol. FORWARD is a London based organisation and they have worked closely with the. Metropolitan Police to develop the Project Azure campaign which has include a. summer campaign aimed at schools educating children and parents about the. legal aspects of FGM the health risks and being proactive in identifying and. referring children at risk Bristol aim to mirror this successful campaign Avon and. Somerset Police have developed a poster campaign which has been through a. consultation process with the local community involved in the FORWARD. research FORWARD themselves and other groups identified at a Bristol. conference on FGM forced marriage and honour based violence. The main aim of the campaign is to, Advertise the posters in schools. Annual Report for Female Genital Mutilation Group, Have an active publicity campaign to include the communities. To increase awareness of the risks of FGM, Encourage staff to identify risk assess concerns respond sensitively and. report appropriately, Monitor the effectiveness, The proposed date for the launch of the summer campaign is June 2009 The. FGM safeguarding group request the main BSCB to ratify this campaign. Appendix 2 is the proposed poster for distribution into schools. 3 FGM Training Report, Since November 2007 till January 2009 we have offered 400 free multi agency.
places on the three hour FGM awareness raising training There has been a 75. attendance rate, Table 1 shows the attendance by agency and course date it does highlight a. reduction in staff from education This was because initially there was funding. through the healthy schools programme for schools to have supply teachers and. release staff but this funding was not sustainable. Multi agency Female Genital Mutilation Awareness raising training. numbers who attended, health education CYPS SW police other. agencies who attended training, Annual Report for Female Genital Mutilation Group. Table 2 reflects staffs evaluation of the relevance of the training to them in their. workplace and Table 3 shows if the training provided staff with improved. confidence to manage a FGM case in the future 71 of staff who attended the. training completed an evaluation form, FGM training relevant to working practice. scores from evaluation foms, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10, rating score 1 not relevant 10 very relevant.
Candidates asked to rate their confidence in recognising and. managing FGM, completed evaluation, total number of. 40 before training, 30 after training, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10. rating score 1 no confidence to 10 is high confidence. Annual Report for Female Genital Mutilation Group, We have had a range of staff attend the training and the evaluations have been. very positive We ask three questions following the evaluation reflecting what. was good about the session what could be better about the session and what. will you do with the information you have gained The comments have been very. A Barnardo s worker asked if she could bring a mother who had been circumcised. to the FGM training for professionals It was negotiated about the level of support. needed and her evaluation of the session was invaluable It included the. Knowing there are people out there and ready to listen to me and try and make a. difference in my community is very important, This has helped to validate the content and sensitivity of the training We. completed the training programme for 2008 09 There are no proposed dates to. continue this for training for 2009 2010 because of funding and resources issues. associated with the administration of the courses, It is recommended that the BSCB consider this training to be included in future.
BSCB training programmes, It is also recommended that there is a better method of data collection to see if the. training is having an impact of the number of referrals related to FGM. 4 Recommendations, In summary the BSCB have supported the development of FGM guidelines and. their inclusion on to the South West Child Protection Procedures The multi. agency working group have worked hard to ensure the guidelines have been. supported with an effective training programme and that the community have been. involved in the development of the guidelines and the training. This work reflects effective multi agency working at both levels of child protection. and safeguarding work through the preventative agenda. The working group request the BSCB to support the development of the Summer. Campaign to eliminate the practice of FGM starting in June 2009 and the. integration of the FGM training into the BSCB training plan and the development. of a data collection system to evaluate the effectiveness of the training on the. referrals to social care for FGM, Jacalyn Mathers, Designated Nurse for Safeguarding Children NHS Bristol. 15th April 2009, Annual Report for Female Genital Mutilation Group. Appendix 1, BRISTOL SAFEGUARDING CHILDREN BOARD, FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION SAFEGUARDING GROUP STRATEGY.
To lead on safeguarding issues related to young women and girls who are at risk of. female genital mutilation in Bristol, Objectives, To eliminate the practice of female genital mutilation. To develop and review guidelines on female genital mutilation and safeguarding. To link with the wider female genital mutilation networks which engages community. cohesion and adult issues, To develop an awareness raising training programme. To develop a basic requirement of staff accessing this training within each agency. To develop an action plan to share information and intelligence that helps improve. outcomes for girls at risk eg multi agency intelligences and case examples. To oversee multi agency working arrangements related to children eg campaigns. public awareness and professional guidelines, To increase the number of referrals from police and general public on suspected and. known cases of female genital mutilation, To identify a system of collecting data on the number of referrals relating to female. genital mutilation, To co ordinate the use of intelligence to support an active investigation.
To ensure female genital mutilation is embedded in children and young people s. education and public awareness through personal social and health education. 25 March 2009, Annual Report for Female Genital Mutilation Group. Appendix 2, Attached PDF file poster of the Proposed Summer campaign for FGM in schools. Annual Report for Female Genital Mutilation Safeguarding Group d Nov 07 Mar 08 Jun 08 Sep 08 Dec 08 and ready to listen to me and try and make a

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