Micontrap-Kenya has at least seven judiciary follow-ups for FGM cases
Micontrap-Kenya led at least seven judiciary follow up for anti-FGM cases at Kehancha Law Courts opn several dates in 2014.
There had been ongoing cases with two parents sentenced and a circumciser facing the same fate.
“We learnt that several FGM cases were ongoing with two parents being convicted last year and a circumciser this year,” Micontrap-Kenya reported.
Kuria community, among other performing FGM in Kenya was among first one to embrace the new anti-FGM law.
According to the new law, any person using derogatory language againt un-circumcised girls and have items used for FGM faces a six month imprisonment, or a fine of not less than Sh50,000 or both.
Micontrap-Kenya holds a day workshop against FGM at Keiyan, Narok county
October 19, 2012  
Micontrap held an anti FGM campaign today in Nkararo zone, Keiyan division at Enemasi primary school.
The one day workshop was sponsored by Menno Peace & Reconciliation initiative (MAPERI) and attracted girls from school in the Nkararo zone.
Speakers spoke in one voice as they condemned FGM and early childhood that most girls were forcefully subjected to and at the same time emphasized the importance of education.
The head teacher Masurura primary school urged the girls to take education seriously as it was a key better livelihood. 
The meeting that attracted close to 250 participants was also attended by teachers, local community members and other invited guests.
Micontrap-Kenya‘s Masaba area workshop to empower parents, families that have rejected FGM
July 19, 2012.
Parents who have rejected the FGM practice have vowed to stop the vice and support others to join their team.
The families voted by show of hand in a workshop that was held at Nyankore village in Masaba division by Micontrap-Kenya as a vow to continue to end the vice..
The workshop was aimed at comparing the changes and real effects of FGM practice at village level that would eventually help Micontrap-Kenya determine its effectiveness.
It was also to gauge the commitment of villagers between Iraha and Nyankore villages within Kuria st.
It also gave our international development partners PAWA-Norway though co-coordinator Benter Ombwayo who was on a project visit to Kenya a chance to meet the community and monitor and evaluate the performance and progress of the project on ground.   
35 people participated in the vote and a post analysis showed that residents of Nyankore enjoy good relationship in rejecting the vice, equally support the government in banning the practice and also approved Micontrap- Kenya in fighting FGM. 
Local administration led by Iraha and Nyankore provincial administration also expressed their support in the fight against FGM practice. 
The residents were also happy with the commitment that international community had shown in combating the vice.
“We are happy that the international partner is here. This has boosted our morale and I know the campaign will be taken with more seriousness,” a resident affirmed.
Workshop for parents who have rejected FGM in Iraha location, Kuria west district
July 13, 2012.
Villagers among them women have strongly vowed to fight FGM by supporting anti FGM initiatives which includes forming club groups.
This was in a workshop by Micontrap for parents who were against FGM practice in Iraha location, Mabera division in Kuria West district. 
Mother in the workshop agreed to form ‘Wamama wa Kimila’ to work against communicators who spearheaded initiatives for the cut as well as making public declaration through demonstrations aimed at gaining advantage over the practice of FGM. 
The villagers also overwhelmingly endorsed the school based approach which used videos to advocate against FGM in schools. 
In the 17 member workshop, the parents admitted that despite the strides they were making towards doing away with the vice, they encountered a myriad of challenges that were a drawback to the progress.
The villagers said that parents and children were sometimes forced to escape at night to evade the cut forcing them to endanger themselves by travelling long distances at night to distant rescue camps.
It was also realized that most girls who shunned the cut for education were forced to stop along the way due to lack of fees, a condition that they said promoted FGM and early marriages.
To confirm their anti FGM pledge, the villagers vowed in unison not to attended FGM celebrations as it was against the spirit of rejection of the practice.