IJSRP, Volume 13, Issue 11, November 2023 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
George Kimathi Gikunda and Prof. Kennedy Mutundu
Despite attempts to end FGM, the practice continues and damages girls and women seriously. Several socioeconomic like household education levels have an impact on the frequency of FGM in Samburu County. In research on socioeconomic and cultural factors, household education levels are not adequately explored. Current research has mostly concentrated on the prevalence and risk factors for FGM at the national level, which could not accurately reflect the particular context of Samburu County. As a result, there was a study gap about the precise household education as well as their interactions, that contribute to the frequency of FGM in Samburu County.