Promoting Legislation, Prompting Action to End Child Marriage in Pakistan

The project is aimed at creating conditions for legislative reforms and implementation against the practice of child marriage in Pakistan through a concerted advocacy campaign. The campaign will have participation from both state and non-state actors and use both mainstream traditional and new media to advocate for legislative reforms and implementation. The scope of the campaign will be both national and provincial. The project also aims at giving a counter narrative to prevailing religious, cultural and social acceptance of the practice of child marriage.

Duration: 1 Years
Coverage: Pakistan
Donor: AmplifyChange
Focus: Child Marriage
Further Information

Dr. Atif Ikram Butt

Center for Communication Programs Pakistan is a sister organization of Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs based in Baltimore, Maryland and registered in Pakistan as a nongovernmental and nonprofit organization under the Societies Act XXI of 1860.
You can learn more about the worldwide network of Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs by visiting: CCP Worldwide Network