Serina, 13, was only 10 when she said no to FGM and now aspires to be a pilot.
Doris, 13, is part of the generation to end FGM. "A girl can achieve anything when she simply has a chance."
Jane, 13, refused FGM and now dreams of becoming a doctor.
Jane, Serina and Doris drew support from The Tasaru Ntomonok Initiative, a non-profit organisation in Narok, Kenya that runs a Girl Rescue Centre. The initiative has worked for decades toward a world free from Female Genital Mutilation.
Across the African continent and around the world, girls and boys, women and men, are working together to end FGM.
The Girl Generation will support and celebrate this movement for change, and share their stories with the world.