Ending Child Marriage in Humanitarian Settings: Ensuring accountability to girls through improved data collection, analysis, and use

Child marriage is a form of gender-based violence that robs children of their agency to make decisions about their lives, disrupts their education, and drives vulnerability to violence, discrimination, and abuse. This brief highlights the need for enhanced data collection on child marriage in humanitarian settings and puts forth recommendations to address this problem.

Published 2019-05-23

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