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Dayof the Girl

Join the worldwide movement to end child marriage on 11 October, international #DayoftheGirl. Help raise awareness of this tragedy by sharing on your social media accounts. 

Say NO to child marriage

One girl under 18 is married every two seconds. That's 15 million girls every year, worldwide. This global issue isn't limited to African or Asian countries. Forced early marriage also affects teenagers in the United States, or European girls being sent away to be married. 

At Brides do Good, we donate up to two-thirds of our sales to charity programmes actively working to end child marriage by keeping girls in education, informing communities and helping former child brides recover from their trauma. 

What can YOU do? Raise awareness about child marriage globally by putting it at the forefront of everyone's minds this international #DayoftheGirl. 

Photos by Stephanie Sinclair, founder of Too Young to Wed
A picture of yourself holding a sign “I, xxx, say NO to child marriage”
On Instagram. Tag @Brides_do_good @Tooyoungtowed @Planinternational and #BridesdoGood
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Spread the message on Twitter

Two girls are married off in the time it can take to write a simple tweet. 

On 11 October, take to Twitter to put pressure on global leaders to make child marriage a thing of the past. Join our Thunderclap to spread the word about this tragedy that robs girls of their future.

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