Child marriage rates
UNICEF 2017 % Married by 15
UNICEF 2017 % Married by 18
* Child marriage prevalence is the percentage of women 20-24 years old who were married or in union before they were 18 years old (UNICEF State of the World’s Children, 2017)
14% of girls in Georgia are married before their 18th birthday .
Child marriage occurs more frequently among religious minorities in the mountainous areas of Adjaria, and ethnic minorities in the region of Kvemo Kartli .
Early marriage is a nationwide problem in Georgia but the reasons that trigger it are not homogeneous and vary according to religious, ethnic and regional factors.
Legal age of marriage
According to the Georgian Civil Code, the legal minimum age of marriage is 18.
A provision which allowed exceptions for adolescents aged 16 to marry with their parents’ consent was abolished in January 2016. However, they can still marry in “special circumstances” with the consent of a court. This provision is due to be abolished from January 2017.
Members In Georgia
 UNICEF, State of the World’s Children, 2016
 UNFPA, Child marriage in Georgia (overview), 2014