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The aim of the League is to contribute to awareness about issues which affect women and girls especially gender-based violence, the promotion of sexual and reproductive health and the dangers of radicalization by terrorist groups which operate in the region. The sharing of information takes place in what is called a madrassa, an Islamic religious school.

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When the class focusing on puberty is over, some of these young women will return to family homes where female genital mutilation, early marriage and young pregnancies are accepted as traditional practices and considered part of normal life in Chad. An intense advocacy campaign organized by UNFPA with traditional and religious leaders, including some Muslim leaders and the League of Women Preachers, successfully pressed members of parliament to vote in favour of a law which ratified a presidential decree forbidding child marriage and setting the minimum age of marriage at 18 years.

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But early marriage and early non-consensual sexual intercourse is still taking place. Culture and Education. Get the free mobile apps Get the latest news from us on our apps.

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Africa Renewal. Female genital mutilation, which is practiced in most parts of Chad, affects 44 per cent of all women.

Mariam Abakar is the president of the League for the Lac region where Bol is located and is proactively engaged in the classes. Change is happening.

Some 50 girls are present. Many like Fatime Ali Abakar, have already started menstruating, but the lesson is still relevant, according to year old Houa Adoum Abdoulaye.