Analyzing Early Marriage and Child Labor in Jordan

Mohammad Husni Abumelhim


Eight years into the crisis in Syria, more than 4 million Syrians have been forced to leave their residences and more than 4 million have looked for shelter in encompassing nations, escaping savagery. Neighboring Jordan, in spite of its moderately little region, has assimilated an unbalanced number of these displaced people with honorable liberality and despite progressively restricted assets. However global, national, and nearby specialist organizations in Jordan and additionally Jordanian people group themselves discover it progressively hard to discover adequate assets, for their Syrian visitors, notwithstanding for Jordanian people group’s needs. Key results of this study include the fact that as the humanitarian crisis is protracted further, child labor and early marriage will both increase.


Syria crisis; Early marriage; Jordan

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