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Others, who were unable to escape marriage, described how their husbands beat and raped them and did not allow them to make any decisions in their homes.
A large number also said their husbands abandoned them and left them to care for children without any financial support.
Human Rights Watch conducted extensive interviews with girls and women in 10 districts in the Mwanza, Shinyanga, Kilimanjaro, Arusha, Dodoma, and Lindi regions of the Tanzania mainland, and with government officials, community development officers, police officers working at Police Gender and Children’s Desks, teachers, ward and village executive officers, health workers, and experts.Child marriage undermines access to education - limiting girls’ life opportunities and their ability and confidence to make informed decisions about their lives.Girls told Human Rights Watch that their parents or guardians withdrew them from school to marry, and they found it difficult to return to school after marriage.In this report, the following terms have these meanings: “Child” is used to refer to anyone under the age of 18, consistent with usage under international law. “Child marriage” refers to a union where either spouse is below 18 years of age.
“Early marriage” refers to marriages involving a person aged below 18 in countries where the age of majority is attained earlier or upon marriage.Many said they also experienced violence and abuse at the hands of their in-laws.