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Africa, Children on the Frontline, Crime & Justice, Development & Aid, Editors' Choice, Featured, Gender, Headlines, Human Rights, Middle East & North Africa, Poverty & SDGs, Projects, Regional Categories, Terra Viva Europe, Terra Viva United Nations - Each summer, wealthy male tourists from Gulf Arab states flock to Egypt to escape the oppressive heat of the Arabian Peninsula, taking residence at upscale hotels and rented flats in Cairo and Alexandria.Many come with their families and housekeeping staff, spending their days by the pool, shopping, and frequenting cafes and nightclubs. In El Hawamdia, a poor agricultural town 20 kilometres south of Cairo, they are easy to spot.A one-day mut’a or “pleasure” marriage can be arranged for as little as 800 Egyptian pounds (115 dollars).
This can have a profound psychological impact on the girl’s mental health, says Shinouda.“The girls know their families have exploited them…they can understand that their parents sold them,” she says.
“Reintegration is a big challenge because in many cases if you return the girls to their family the parents will sell them again.”Egypt’s 2008 Child Law criminalises marriages to girls who have not reached the legal age of 18.
Another law prohibits marriages to foreigners where the age difference exceeds 25 years.
But the laws are poorly enforced, concedes NCCM’s El-Ashmawy.
Parents may seek a broker to arrange a marriage once their daughter reaches puberty.
In about a third of cases the girl is pressured into accepting the arrangement, the NCCM study found.
Anecdotal evidence suggests the trade has grown since Egypt’s 2011 revolution as a result of worsening economic conditions and an ineffectual police force.“It’s not simply about poverty or religion,” she asserts.
“It’s cultural norms that support this illicit trade – people believe it is in the best interest of the girls and the families at large.
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