Guidelines Issued For Treating FGM Victims

The UN World Health Organisation has issued the first ever guidelines to help health workers treat those suffering from the mental and physical trauma of female genital mutilation.

We'll get the latest from Sri Lanka where floods and landslides have killed at least eight people and displaced thousands.

And we'll get the pros and cons of South Africa's paperless classrooms.

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Tue 17 May 2016 03:06 GMT
BBC World Service except Australasia, East Asia

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