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"تزوجي قبل أن يجرف النهر منزلك": زواج الأطفال في بنغلاديش

سيفولا، 13 عاما، تقف في المنزل حيث تعيش مع زوجها وأصهارها. أخرجها والداها من المدرسة ورتبا زواجها لأنهما يُعانيان من الفقر وأرادا توفير النفقات لدفع مصروفات الدراسة لأشقائها. دفعت أسرتها رشوة لمسؤول محلي لتزوير شهادة ميلاد تُثبت أن عمرها 18 عاما من أجل تزويجها. 31 مارس/آذار 2015.

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