MamHarr Gaye is the Program Manager at Safe Hands for Girls, a survivor led non-profit organization founded by the FGM and Women's Rights activist, Jaha Dukureh. MamHarr has a background in International Studies with a focus on Global Health. She has a special interest in adolescent girls and women's access to healthcare, and health education, and how that affects their future outcomes. Her work experience in both The Gambia and the U.S has allowed her to gain much insight and different perspectives on the most pressing issues in this field. At Safe Hands for Girls, she manages the program that works to increase young women and girls access to key resources, most specifically, quality health care and education, with a focus on FGM and its effects. The program provides a safe space for young African girls equipping them with educational support, financial literacy, mentorship and other life skills to help them make smart decisions and reach their full potential. She also trains health professionals in the Atlanta Metro area on cultural sensitivity regarding FGM and how to provide care for survivors, as a part of Safe Hands for Girls Health Care Training Program.