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Mercy Leyo, 16, after receiving her startup kit from World Vision
Monday, July 22, 2019
Vocational Skills Restore Hope to 750 Vulnerable Refugee Youth
By Derrick Kyatuka, Communications Officer, West Nile refugee Response Mercy Leyo, 16, did not think that at her young age, she would be having a child to look after. Unfortunately for her, she got pregnant at the age of 15. Just like many girls living in Bidibidi refugee settlement, Leyo, was lured into a relationship that resulted in a pregnancy.  
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World Vision Mali Launching its ITAW Campaign
On 6 December 2018, World Vision Mali is officially launching its “It Takes A World” campaign under the theme, “Changing Behaviors to End Child Marriage in Mali” at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Bamako. In collaboration with and under the patronage of HE Mme Keita Aminata Maiga, First Lady of the Republic of Mali, World Vision’s campaign seeks to tackle the root, behavioral causes of child marriage and to ensure that all children, particularly girls, are free of this scourge. 
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December 4th 2018
It takes a world to end violence against children
Niger is one of the countries in the world most affected by violence against children. The living conditions of children are very precarious. Among the forms of violence, one of the most devastating is child marriage. However, this practice varies considerably according to the regions of the country. Despite the efforts of the Government of Niger and its partners, the prevalence rate of child marriage has not changed much in the last 20 years.
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October 25th 2018
It Takes a World To End Child Marriage
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September 13th 2018
The end of child marriages, it is possible with the support of all!
In June 2017, World Vision launched the campaign "Together for a Senegal without Child Marriage" with the aim of contributing to the goal of the Government and the African Union, which is to significantly reduce this form of violence to children in Senegal by 2030. One of the strong messages of the campaign "Together" is a plea for the harmonization of the institutional and legal framework of the protection of the child according to the international conventions ratified by the State of Senegal, in particular compared to the recovery of the age
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August 13th 2018