The youth population in Sierra Leone, aged 15-35, comprises one third of the population. 39% of these girls in Sierra Leone are married before their 18th birthday and 13% are married before the age of 15. According to UNICEF, Sierra Leone has the 18th highest prevalence rate of child marriage in the world. Child marriage is most common in Port Loko, Kenema, Kono and Tonkolili in Sierra Leone, West Africa. This is caused by extreme poverty, protection and security. Many of these girls now trapped, has no skills, no jobs, bearing children and suffering violently in the hands of their partners. Our plan is to rescue, accommodate, train and equip girl mothers.

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