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This policy brief summarises key elements of the recent report, Child Marriage in Humanitarian Settings in South Asia: Study Results from Bangladesh and Nepal. This report combines findings from research with Rohingya refugees from Myanmar residing in Bangladesh, and earthquake-affected communities in Nepal. While the report covers a wider range of aspects of child marriage within and across both settings, this brief will focus on the approach, methods, and limitations of the study, the drivers and moderators of child marriage across the two settings, and recommendations for research, policy and programming to reduce child marriage in humanitarian settings.


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