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Marrying Young: Limiting the Impact of a Crisis on the High Prevalence of Child Marriages in Niger
Child marriage is a harmful and discriminatory global practice, robbing millions of girls of their childhood. Global attention and momentum to end early marriage has increased over the years; however, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has affected this progress. It has been predicted that over the next decade up to 10–13 million more girls will be at risk of child marriage because of the pandemic. Since Niger has consistently had the highest rate of child marriage in the world, this studydoi:10.3390/laws10030061 fatcat:onxiu3lfynhtrmpel7zj4xlate