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Some three years ago, the World Bank financed the building of the villages only school but the absence of latrines and drinking water has deterred parents from enrolling their daughters.

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Listed as one of the world’s least developed countries on the Human Development Index, Djibouti has seen a dramatic increase in poverty in recent decades.

Health system weaknesses, however, have not prevented improvements in reproductive health (RH).

UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content. The Children's Rights Portal, dedicated to promoting and defending children's rights (Humanium n.d.), stated that, in Djibouti, early and forced marriages are based in tradition and a [Humanium English version] "common" practice, particularly in rural areas (ibid. According to UNICEF, the early marriage of women in Djibouti is [translation] "rare" and "more frequent" among women who are "poorly educated, who belong to the poorest quintiles, who live in rural areas and who are members of the Afar ethnic group" (Djibouti and UNICEF Dec. In correspondence sent to the Research Directorate on 18 February 2013, a representative of the Djibouti Human Rights Association (Association pour le respect des droits de l'homme à Djibouti, ARDHD) explained how forced marriages are practised within the Afar and Somali ethnic groups.

Any views expressed are solely those of the author or publisher and do not necessarily reflect those of UNHCR, the United Nations or its Member States. Frequency and cultural context of early or forced marriages Several sources consulted by the Research Directorate noted that the practice of early or forced marriages exists in Djibouti (ARDHD 18 Feb. Those ethnic groups represent 20.4 percent and 61.1 percent respectively (L'aménagement linguistique ), or 35 percent and 60 percent (US 5 Feb. "Enfants de Djibouti : concrétiser les droits de l'enfant au Djibouti." [Accessed 7 Feb. "À propos du Portail des droits de l'enfant." [Accessed 18 Feb.