It reportedly took two weeks before the auction post about the South Sudanese girl was removed. By then, she was married.
These Cambodian women were promised a better life in China. Instead, they became pawns in a flourishing bride market.
Six percent of girls in the country get married before they turn 18.
It was a risk worth taking -- not just for her own sake. But for the sake of the girls for whom she is now advocating. After
Nada Al-Ahdal, Yemeni Girl Who Evaded Child Marriage, Says She'd 'Rather Die' Than Get Married Off (VIDEO)
“I would have had no life, no education. Don’t they have any compassion?,” Nada asks. “I’m better off dead. I’d rather die
Like many of the girls I spent time with in Ethiopia's Amhara region earlier this year, Yeshi-Alem knows about not having choices. She was forced to marry when she was 10-years-old. A few years later, she gave birth to a boy and dropped out of school.
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