National Partnerships and Coalitions in Mali

In this country we have a national partnership. Many Girls Not Brides member organisations have come together to accelerate progress to end child marriage in their countries by forming National Partnerships and coalitions. Below is an overview of what and where these networks are, what they do and how they work with Girls Not Brides.

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Fact sheet and brief

CRANK Research Spotlight: Successful multisectoral and multilevel approaches to address child marriage

Brief summarising the latest research and evidence, with key takeaways from featured studies, and highlighting current evidence and funding gaps. It also includes tools for practitioners to strengthen design and…

Case study, Report

Action by Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies to prevent and respond to child marriage: case study report

This report offers useful lessons from the work of the IFRC on child marriage in development and humanitarian contexts.

En-route to a better tomorrow: the connection between migration and early marriage

  • Tasneem Kakal

Prospects for Ending Child Marriage in Africa: Implications on Legislation, Policy, Culture & Interventions

This brief provides broad recommendations for effective laws, policies and programmes to reduce child marriage in ten countries in Africa.

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  • Created in 2016, the Réseau National pour la Promotion de l’Abandon du Mariage des Enfants au Mali (REPAME), coordinated by ENDA Mali, aims to create synergies between the different interventions of actors, with support from the Dutchorganisation Kinderpostzegels. Itsmain advocacy objectives are to raise the legal age of marriage to 18 for girls, support the government in developing a comprehensive national strategy to end child marriage, and integrate comprehensive sexual education in school curricula.

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