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Engaging Feminist Civil Society Actors to End Child Marriage in East Africa


Coordinated by the Women’s Refugee Commission in partnership with Rozaria Memorial Trust and King’s College London, “Integrating the Response to Child Marriage in Humanitarian Settings” is a two-year initiative (January 2021–December 2022) to engage feminist and women-led civil society organizations, experts, and practitioners to learn how best to enhance coordination and collaboration with humanitarian actors to end child marriage and support already married girls in forcibly displaced and crisis-affected communities in east Africa.

This brief provides an overview of the initiative’s approach and the key advocacy and research activities undertaken in the first three phases.

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