Child Marriage in Humanitarian Settings Infographic: DjiboutiPublished
This infographic examines study findings on child marriage in Djibouti. The study was conducted from January to March 2019, examining Somali and Yemeni refugees and a Djibouti host community during ongoing conflicts in both Yemen and Somalia.
The Women’s Refugee Commission, in partnership with the Johns Hopkins Center for Humanitarian Health, joined forces with a broad consortium of UN agencies, international NGOs, and academic institutions to examine the prevalence and drivers of child marriage in humanitarian contexts and inform prevention and risk mitigation programming.
Study Overview Infographic
This infographic features links to deeper study results from countries examined by WRC, including Djibouti, Egypt, the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Yemen, Bangladesh, Nepal, Ethiopia, and Lebanon.
Key Implications for Practice Infographic
Based on WRC’s research providing some of the first robust evidence of the magnitude and drivers of child marriage across several humanitarian contexts, this infographic features five implications for practice.