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UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme End Child Marriage 1h
In , the Global Programme has supported a joint harmonization of a life-skills package, led by , which is to be delivered to girls & boys through 81 schools to & empower adolescents.
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GENET MALAWI 10h
Only empowered girls can demand their rights, and say no to . This is Elizabeth (left), a survivor of child marriage from Mulanje district, sharing her story to inspire girls & communities to #18+program
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Youth Deliver Jan 16
More than half of girls in Bangladesh are forced into marriage before 18. partnered w/ the gov't to w/ an app that verifies girls' true age & reduces forgery. An offline version is also available to reach girls in rural areas
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Yolam Shaban 44m
Young People Have the Power to Change the World,so our target is to meet young girls and boys from different parts of Tanzania,and educate them about,FGM, childmarriages,teenage pregnancy.
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Millie Abila 3h
Almost 1 in 4 girls in Kenya 🇰🇪 are married before they reach the legal age of 18, says the . Many are also being subjected to which is seen as a “rite of passage” before they are wed.
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None in Three Research Centre 6h
Confident children are more resilient. If a child has the confidence to express themselves, those around them are more able to help when the child experiences any kind of difficulty.
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Plan International Jan 14
We must scale up efforts to in Asia and protect millions of girls. Our new study.
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nebula Jan 16
Agree!!! So much more can be done to improve such abuses!!!
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Alecia Cortez 13h
For the people trying to justify child marriages in America by saying they do it in other countries. It should be illegal there as well!!
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TahirihJusticeCenter 2h
Replying to @WRENetwork
Grateful to be working with our partner organization to better protect girls in South Carolina from forced/child marriage!
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UNFPA ESARO Jan 14
Child marriage can have devastating effects on a girls’ future. Her sexual & reproductive health is frequently compromised. Her prospects of future employment are slim because her educational pursuits are often cut short. We must today!
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Zonta London II 23h
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Nesha Abiraj Jan 15
Last week & filed a Bill, which if passed can make the 3rd US State in History to completely outlaw all marriages under 18 without exception meeting to . Join the coalition to protect
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Joanita Babirye🇺🇬 Jan 16
Putting Girls at the center! It's not about the number of names of girls in your attendance register for the programme. it's about how many lives of vulnerable girls you actually changed!
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WRENetwork 6h
After hearing testimony from WREN CEO Ann Warner, Senators Brad Hutto & Katrina Shealy are going to introduce a bill to raise the min. age for marriage to 18, with no exceptions. Fast forward to Ann’s testimony at 1:01:30.
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COVAW Jan 16
With poverty, low educational attainment and high number of girls not enrolled in school, girls are forced into traditional customs
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Lyric Thompson Jan 12
We now know U.S. immigration policy has enabled for thousands of girls, including U.S. citizens. Thanks for having me on to talk how we can . [Original story via available on here:
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Massachusetts Coalition to End Child Marriage Jan 12
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CARE Jordan 7h
Without education, there's no future. Read more about what CARE Jordan is doing to end child marriage:
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Yolam Shaban Jan 11
Child marriage is a human rights violation that prevents girls from obtaining an education, enjoying optimal health, bonding with others their own age, maturing, and ultimately choosing their own life partners. 
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UNICEF 5h
Unacceptable. Child marriage is a violation of human rights, and comes at a cost society cannot afford.
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