Djibouti dating marriage

Yet despite this gloomy picture there is still cause for optimism.

After all, Djibouti has made significant strides over the past few years.

The local school is one of three others targeted by an inter-Agency project involving UNICEF, the World Food Programme, the US Agency for International Development and Save the Children along with national education authorities and members of the civil society to improve the school environment and thus make schools attractive for girls.

Maybe Aisha and many like her will get that chance after all.

Holding LLB from University of Hargeisa and Master’s Degree (LLM) in International Trade and Investment Law in Africa from University of Pretoria, South Africa and is currently a PHD Candidate. Dahir is employed as a Senior Legal Advisor of the Somaliland House of Representatives [Parliament].

The project is still in its early phases: the target schools have been selected and visited by the participating agencies.

The next step is to assess the situation of these schools, estimate the number of girls who are missing out on education and decide what kind of interventions are needed.

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