Pakistan National Strategy to End Early/Forced and Child Marriages

This publication provides a strategy for tackling the reduction and elimination of early/child and forced marriages in Baluchistan Pakistan through involvement and engagement of caretakers, gatekeepers, INGOs youth, girls, boys, parents, teachers, political/ religious persons, community elders, marriage registrars, govt. officials elected representatives, legislatures, community, media, civil society, Nikahkhawains, and parliamentarians. Young girls and boys will directly benefit from the project through proper legislations for ending early/child and forced marriages, girls are not brides and boys are not grooms.


The project interventions are awareness raisings, mobilizations, sensitizations, capacity buildings, policy level advocacy, legislations, collaboration and liaison development, action based networks, active participation, development strategies, consultations, uplifting voices for the prevention, referral and rehabilitation of the victims of early marriages, institutionalization of reporting and referral mechanisms to respond effectively for the prevention, referral and rehabilitation of the victims of early marriages.

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Additional Info

  • Topics Article: Accountability, Adolescents and Youth, Advocacy, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
  • Regions Article: Pakistan

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