Anuradha was only 13 years old and was studying in class eight when she was married off as a child bride. And only a year into marriage, she gave birth to her first child.
Written by Marta Galambos – a World Vision Strong Women Strong World NextGen leader and a graduate of civil engineering from California Polytechnic State University currently working in Colorado, USA. How can women and girls, in every society, participate effectively as full and equal members of their communities? I first became interested in this question as an undergraduate … Read More
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God is at work all over the world — in small ways and in HUGE ways! Here we praise God for reduced global poverty, falling child marriage rates, and more!
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.