Married women in kafr el sheikh

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She narrated that she married a governmental employee. Following her marriage, her husband started suffering from epilepsy. Moreover, they even raised a case against her for custody of the children. However, they lost the case. Although Thabet did not complete her education, as her father withdrew her from school in order to take care of her brothers, she insisted on educating her children until they all presently reached eminent positions in their jobs.
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Egyptian Authorities Claim to Have Halted Viral Child Marriage, Mother Denies

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Egyptian Authorities Claim to Have Halted Viral Child Marriage, Mother Denies

The families of the two children carried out an engagement ceremony, his mother Sahar told DMC channel, in order to affirm that the young bride would be his future wife. She added that those around him tended to treat him like a man, and not a child. Social network users circulated a video of the engagement, which took place in a hall in Kafr al-Sheikh Governorate. An official CAPMAS report found that , children between 10 and 18 in Egypt are or have been married, despite a national campaign against the phenomenon.
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Secretary General of the NCCM Azza El Ashmawy affirmed that necessary measures have been taken regarding the issue of child marriage by providing awareness of the dangers of early child marriage to the family and the parents vowed to postpone the marriage until the children reach the legal age. According to Egyptian law, the legal age for marriage is 18 years old, yet child marriage is still common in the country due to economic and cultural reasons. A report by UNICEF and NCCM in revealed that one out of 20 girls aged 15 to 17 and one out of 10 girls aged 15 to 19 have at one time been married, and that females in rural areas are three times more vulnerable to child marriage than girls living in urban areas. This year in June, a new draft law was proposed to criminalise child marriage with a penalty up to one year imprisonment for those involved, as well as taking the children away from parents who allowed them to get married.
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