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Let girls be girls, not brides

Child marriage is very common menace in Pakistan and is deeply ingrained in traditional, societal, and customary norms. Yet it indicates a severe abuse...

A new, financially independent life for former child brides in Mozambique

In Mozambique, more than 20 per cent of girls aged between 13 and 17 have been married or live with someone as if they...

Fighting child marriage in India, thanks to school and a mobile phone

With the help of an innovative mobile phone service, UN agencies are working with the Government of Rajasthan, India, to combat child marriage. The poster...

The ongoing fight against child marriage and ‘bride kidnapping’ in Kyrgyzstan

Although child marriage and “bride kidnapping” are illegal in Kyrgyzstan, both practices still exist in parts of the country. An initiative from a UN-backed...

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