From Philanthropy Today:
The Guardian writes.
The American Jewish World Service will get $15.3-million from the
fund for programs in India, while Care USA will receive $7.7-million and
focus on Nepal and Bangladesh. Despite laws against child marriage,
more than half of girls in each of the three countries are brides by the
time they turn 18.
Both charities will use the money to support efforts by local nonprofit organizations to reduce child marriage.