Nick Brandt - Amboseli National Park in Kenya

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Elephants walking through grass. Amboseli, 2008. Leading matriarch killed by poachers, 2009.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

Elephants walking through grass. Amboseli, 2008. Leading matriarch killed by poachers, 2009.

Line of rangers with tusks of elephants killed at the hands of man. Amboseli, 2011.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

Line of rangers with tusks of elephants killed at the hands of man. Amboseli, 2011.

Elephant drinking. Amboseli, 2007. Killed by poachers, 2009.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

Elephant drinking. Amboseli, 2007. Killed by poachers, 2009.

Leyualem, 14, is transported by mule to her new home on her wedding day. The men later said the cloth was placed over her head so she would not be able to find her way back home, should she want to escape the marriage.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

Leyualem, 14, is transported by mule to her new home on her wedding day. The men later said the cloth was placed over her head so she would not be able to find her way back home, should she want to escape the marriage.

J and Q.<br>Uganda. September 2014.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

J and Q.<br>Uganda. September 2014.

Yunus (not his real name). <br>Nigeria. April 2014.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

Yunus (not his real name). <br>Nigeria. April 2014.

Ranger with tusks of elephants killed at the hands of man. Amboseli, 2011.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

Ranger with tusks of elephants killed at the hands of man. Amboseli, 2011.

Nujood Ali, 12, two years after her divorce from her husband who was more than 20 years her senior. <br>Nujood's story sent shock waves around the country and caused parliament to consider a bill writing a minimum marriage age into law. The bill is still pending. "Don't let your children get married. You'll spoil their educations, and you'll spoil their childhoods [if] you let them get married so young."

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

Nujood Ali, 12, two years after her divorce from her husband who was more than 20 years her senior. <br>Nujood's story sent shock waves around the country and caused parliament to consider a bill writing a minimum marriage age into law. The bill is still pending. "Don't let your children get married. You'll spoil their educations, and you'll spoil their childhoods [if] you let them get married so young."

Fifteen-year-old Sarita's face, covered in tears and sweat, is covered before she is sent to her new home with her groom. The previous day, she and here young sister, Maya, 8, were married to another set of siblings on the Hindu holy day of Akshaya Tritiya, called Akha Teej in North India.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

Fifteen-year-old Sarita's face, covered in tears and sweat, is covered before she is sent to her new home with her groom. The previous day, she and here young sister, Maya, 8, were married to another set of siblings on the Hindu holy day of Akshaya Tritiya, called Akha Teej in North India.

“Whenever I saw him, I hid. I hated to see him,” Tehani (in pink) recalls of the early days of her marriage to Majed, when she was 6 and he was 25. The young wife posed for a portrait with former classmate Ghada, also a child bride, outside their home in Hajjah, Yemen.

These Photographers Launched Foundations to Create Change

“Whenever I saw him, I hid. I hated to see him,” Tehani (in pink) recalls of the early days of her marriage to Majed, when she was 6 and he was 25. The young wife posed for a portrait with former classmate Ghada, also a child bride, outside their home in Hajjah, Yemen.

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