Education is key to reducing child marriage: A girl’s risk of early marriage is reduced for every year she stays in school. Here’s why.
International Day of the Girl is October 11. We’re lifting up the voices of three girls who advocated for the rights of girls in their communities.
As COVID-19 threatens to raise child marriage rates, a young girl in Nepal uses new-found skills to create change for girls in her community.
Did you know that empowering women and girls to use their voices for change benefits the security of an entire nation and the world?
As war continues, child marriage in Syria is increasing. Some estimates show rates in 2017 were four times higher than they were before the crisis.
Women and girls face greater risk of violence during emergencies as harmful social norms intensify and women are further marginalized.
Naima overcame incredible challenges to become an educated woman, including abuse and child marriage. She worked to support her education and never gave up.
World Vision’s child marriage report compiles data from four unique contexts and explores the harms of child marriage and what it will take to end it.
These three girls in Afghanistan are choosing to stay in school instead of getting married, but that choice isn’t an easy one.
Women in Bangladesh often go unrecognized for their work, but male engagement sessions teach men how to value their wives and create happier marriage.