The Pleasure Hospital, unopened with queue of women outside
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The unopened 'Pleasure Hospital' of Bobo

Victims of female genital mutilation in Burkina Faso are struggling to get surgery to remove the pain and increase pleasure during sex.

A hospital for this purpose was built in the country by donors from the Raelian movement in America but never opened.

Sue Lloyd-Roberts investigates the reasons why for BBC Newsnight.

  • 21 Mar 2014
  • From the section Africa
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