ever growing challenge that transcultural nursing poses to the nursing profession. Addressing this issue avoids discrimination and promotes equality within holistic nursing practice in order to meet patients’ needs. Health care professionals should be qualified to deliver, on a daily basis, proficient care and sensitive skilled communication to culturally different individuals (Maier-Lorentz, 2008). To exercise professional nursing in a conceptual way holistic nursing care focuses on physical, emotional
cultural competence are that nurses should attain a perception of the customs, standards, practices and genealogy of divergent beings, descendants, and societies for which they provide care; moreover, apply knowledge and ethically sentient skills to foster culturally consistent nursing practices. (Standards of Practice for Culturally Competent Nursing Care, 2010). The standards of practice also state that nurses are to be knowledgeable in the promotion of culturally competent care. According to (Engebretson
disciplines, nursing is influenced by, and must respond to global trends needs, challenges, and opportunities. These strategies will influence and shape the future of the nursing community and health care nationally and internationally. Also in a global committee health care exhibit problems some of which are political, educational, educational, nursing , environment and social issues. Therefore, improving and achieving health in a global community is of great concern to the nursing profession.
(FGM), female cutting and circumcision are all synonyms for procedures involving partial or total removal of the external genitalia and other injury to the genital organs for non-medical reasons.(WHO 2008) It is widely practiced in 29 countries. Worldwide more than 125 million girls and women deal with the consequences and every year 3 million girls are circumcised.(UNICEF 2013) Sierra Leone, located in West-Africa, is one of the countries where FGM is practiced (textbox 1). Here, prevalence of