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The Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency has announced a contribution of US$ 3.3 million to help UNFPA provide life-saving protection services to the most vulnerable women and girls.
"When I would find written documents in the house, I needed to ask somebody to read it for me," said Ghada, who was married at 12. She eventually learned to read and write at a UNFPA-supported safe space, which also provided legal assistance and vocational training. © UNFPA Yemen
At 16, Ghada* was illiterate, with no work experience, no job prospects – and the mother of three children.
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