Child Marriage in Emergency Contexts
Discussing the finding of the report that is part of a multi-country study in Lebanon, Ethiopia, and Kachin State, Myanmar to assess the prevalence of child, early, and forced marriage in fragile and humanitarian contexts and to evaluate the effectiveness of child marriage interventions and programming. The program was launched by the Women’s Refugee Commission in partnership with Johns Hopkins University, International Medical Corps, International Rescue Committee, Kachin Development Group, and the Arab Institute for Women (AiW) at the Lebanese American University. The overall study is supported by R2HC (Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises), a donor consortium based in the United Kingdom. This executive summary is the product of a prevalence study done in South Lebanon, led by the Arab Institute for Women.