CRANK research meeting: Child marriage in conflict- and crisis-affected settings – Learning from the latest evidence

In this second quarterly research meeting of 2023, we discussed recent evidence and learnings on how to address the unique aspects of implementing and evaluating interventions with refugees in conflict- and crisis-affected settings.

Photo: Tahmina, 16, at her home in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh, 2023. Six months ago she avoided child marriage with the help of a volunteer at the Child Protection Community Hub, where she is now a peer leader. © UNICEF/UN0836125/Lateef

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