Empowering Futures: The Role of Gender Equality in Ending Child Marriage in Nigeria

Foto: Dorinda, a gender advocate in Nigeria, speaking to girls in a Lagos school. Photo by Aremu Adeolu, 2023

En el tiempo que has tardado en leer este artículo 57 niñas menores de 18 años se han casado

Cada año, 12 millones de niñas se casan antes de los 18 años.

Es decir, 23 niñas cada minuto

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