Advancing the evidence base on strategies to end child marriage and support married girls: Meeting report
Report form a meeting of experts convened to review the evidence on child marriage, identify priorities and coordinate research uptake to support the global movement to end child marriage.
Policymakers, programme implementers and advocates are eager to act to end child marriage, and need clarity on strategic and cost-effective interventions that they can use to achieve national and global commitments.
Responding to this need, the World Health Organisation, United Nations Population Fund, United Nations Children's Fund and Girls Not Brides: The Global Partnership to End Child Marriage convened a meeting to jointly review the evidence on child marriage, identify research priorities and support the dissemination and uptake of research findings.
This document presents the findings of the meeting held in Geneva in September-October 2019.