In November of this year, CNN aired the story of 9-year-old Parwana Malik, who was sold to marry a 55-year-old man in Afghanistan. The reason for this was the lack of income to support the family, as father Abdul Malik found a solution to forced marriage. Info from iG.
After the international upheaval, a young charity called Do Young to Wet from the United States rallied to rescue the girl.
“I am just happy to be free. They got rid of my husband. My husband is old. They treated me badly. They called me by name and woke me up early in the morning and forced me to work, ”Parwana told CNN.
The child and his family stayed in a hotel and then moved to a safer place to stay until the end of the winter.
The girl’s mother, Reza Gul, opposed the marriage. “Of course, I was angry. I fought and cried with my husband. He said he had no choice. My daughter says they beat her. She did not want to be there. Now I feel happy and safe here. My children have been eating well since they came, they are playing, we feel happy.
“This is a temporary solution, but what we are really trying to do is to prevent women from being sold into marriage. It is morally imperative that the international community does not abandon women and girls in Afghanistan. Sinclair said.
Abdul Malik still owes the buyer $ 2,200 (approximately R $ 12,422). The organization said it would help pay off the debt.
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