Moreover, 79% of girls who are married before 15 had never been to school . Actually, the majority of girls who have been educated and married during their adolescence ignore the secondary schooling. References [1,2] have found an association between parents education and the case of early marriage among their daughters. Mothers and fathers, especially, are the decision makers in marriage arraignment if it was an early marriage. Consequently, researchers have established that the higher the level of education of their parents the later their girls get married.
This is common to all over the globe and it has inflicted harmful, dangerous and cause extreme effect on the young girls who are forced to do things without their right. Girls who are between the ages of 14 and 20, they have many difficulties during pregnancy and childbirth. At the young age, girls haven’t fully developed. “According to UNICEF There are serious negative consequences in early marriage on several levels”. Illiteracy, this is the situation of been not able to read and write.
Females suffer from discrimination concerning many aspects, including few opportunities to receive education, the bias and restrictions due to culture and customs, the high rate of infanticides on girls, and the responsibility for rape cases. First and foremost, girls are usually unable to receive enough education, especially in some poor and isolated regions, they are even not allowed to go to school. In India and some special regions, children as young as six years old are forced to get married by their parents or family. These girls don’t have the opportunity to receive education and have to spend their lifetime being controlled by their so-called husbands. Girls who refuse to marry are frequently beaten, imprisoned or
All around the world there are young girls, that are ripped away from their education,to be brides. It starts from the parents decisions to set up the marriage, but the young girls have no choice on it they must always obey. As a result occurs because of cultural practices, poverty and lack of education of both parents and the young. The three most popular areas are Niger, India, and Central African Republic, it continues because these adolescent girls believe they don 't have a voice then begin to feel unimportant. This major issue happens in places all around the world and students and children need help from lawmakers and schools to keep, parents to encourage these kids to stay on the “right path to success.” A first cause is the parents have no money this leads to poverty, one of the first variables that causes parents to marry off their child is;low income and poverty stricken life .
Poverty among people also make women in desperate to find the job to survive in daily life. Through the hardship of living, they began to migrate to other countries. They are also willing to migrate to another country without permission. They entered through illegal means. Through undocumented status, various parties like the trafficker try to use opportunity to the women and sell them into sex work.
These are becoming a social stigma which is directly or indirectly a contribution towards underdevelopment and backwardness. It has various reasons and causes- • Expectations of parents from male child due to which some don’t pay attention towards good bringing up of the girl child and others simply murder them before birth • Females are generally considered to be weaker and incompetent section of the society so there is male dominancy • Another indirect although important reason is dowry. Parents have to spend money on a girl’s marriage so they find a rather simple way to eradicate the so called “problem” and kill the unborn baby. The main reason behind female foeticide is the orthodox society. It imbalances the sex ratio and promotes criminal
Although child labor is legally restricted in many countries, According to the recent National child Labor Survey 2002-2003, carried out by the Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics with the Support of threw ILO/IPEC, among the 42.39 million children in Bangladesh aged between 5-17 years, 7.5 million were economically active, of which 3.18 million were consider child laborers-representing 7.5 percent of the entire population in the age group. The proportion of boy and girl child workers, in the age group of 5-17 years, is 73.5 percent and 26.5 percent respectively. The total number of working children aged 5-17 years in rural areas is estimated at 6.4 million as against 1.5 million in urban areas; As many as
A violation of human rights, child marriage also deprives the childhood of young girls all over the world. While a family 's financial situation may improve in the decision of marrying off a daughter, the child bride experiences the impact of a lack of education, health consequences, and exploitation. Most girls in developing countries are not in school because it is too expensive or inaccessible for their family. Such societies still have the perception of a woman in the domestic sphere. These parents believe that having an education will not apply to their daughter 's life.
Child Marriage One would describe an average 10-13-year-old as playful, immature, and adventure seeking. They get spend majority of their time hanging out with numerous friends; however, the sad reality is that thousands of girls in Bangladesh don't get to experience life as a normal, corky, adolescent, or have the privilege of furthering their education past middle school. Instead, they are most likely waiting for a potential spouse or preparing a traditional wedding at age 13. According to sources, about 52% of Bangladesh girls are expected to leave their education, family, and friends behind and pursue a marriage (“Girls Not Brides”). This puts teenage girls at higher risks to become victims of abuse, pregnancy complications due to the
But lack of much awareness among some Tiwa people while imparting education or lack of advanced education are caused by few reasons. For uplifting tribal societies spread of education is must. In order to pass on formal training to the children of hill Tiwas though schools are available but the outcome is not very satisfactory. Some hindrances are evident while imparting knowledge to