A small shop in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan displays child-sized wedding dresses. In the camp, Syrian refugee girls down to 13 years of age are married off by their parents. Child marriage has been rising at an alarming rate in Syrian refugee communities. The parents want the best for their daughters, but the result is often the opposite. Child marriage is a global phenomenon, but the number of young girls forced to marry at a young age is higher among families that have been forced to flee their homes. During the time you’ll spend reading this article, 230 more girls under 18 will have been married off.