Two years into their union, she became pregnant but there were complications. Her body wasn't ready to carry and give birth. "It nearly killed me," she said.
"My first-born died because I was too young. I was just 14 years old .... Women are having children too young," Diu added.
Early and forced marriages are widespread in South Sudan.
Even before the start of the civil war in December 2013, UNICEF reported that 52 percent of all girls were married under the age of 18. Now, after two years of persistent fighting and violent attacks, the situation is getting worse, according to the organisation."
Read article by Caitlin McGee from Aljazeera.