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An awareness raising session on early marriage held at the Jordanian Women's Union center in Hitteen supported by UN Women, UNFPA and UNICEF with the generous support of the Kingdom of Norway.Photo: UN Women/ Christopher Herwig “I was jailed at the age of 16. I was homeless because my family didn’t want me.” That’s how Maysam Hamed*, now 37 years old, first found herself in crisis, and locked up in Al Jawaideh, the women’s prison in Jordan. 7 of 1954, adults and minors can be detained if they are perceived as a threat to the community and to prevent crimes.Your friends and even people nearby might visit your profile, rate your photos and comment on your photos.Thanks to the mobile applications of Waplog in IOS and Android platforms, guys can chat with girls and girls can chat with boys in anywhere anytime.
What follows is a cycle of abuse that Hamed is finally able to break out of, with sustained support through a multi-sectoral joint programme by UN Women, UNICEF, UNFPA and the Jordanian Women’s Union.
“We used to take shifts to stay with her at night.” For Hamed, the shelter was the first place where she felt safe and loved, and she started calling Shamrouk “Mama Nadia”.