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The challenge Bangladesh has one of the highest rates of child marriages in the world The practice of child marriage reflects deep-rooted norms and unequal status of girls in society as females are often seen as financial burdens. It has marriabe in the 30 years, but rather slowly. Poverty and low literacy are deciding factors, but evidence suggests that child marriage is practiced across all backgrounds and social divides. Over 50 per cent of Bangladeshi women who are now in their mids were married before they turned Nearly 18 per cent were below 15 years of age.

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When a girl child reaches puberty, parents worry about protecting her chastity. What is the government doing to address this at the national level?

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In Bangladesh, child marriage is also driven by: Poverty: The median age of marriage for girls living in the poorest households of Bangladesh is 15, compared to 18 for those living in the richest households. Frequent flooding means many families live in insecure conditions and marry off daughters as a bsngladeshi tactic.

The President ed the bill into law on 11 March At advocacy level, the issue of child marriage is steadily being integrated within mainstream education, health, nutrition, protection and poverty reduction programmes. Progress on adopting and implementing the plan has stalled in the face of backlash against recent regressive legal proposals.

Family honour: High value is placed on the virginity of girls in Bangladesh and child marriage is often used as a way of controlling pre-marital sex. The perception of girls choosing to begin sexual activity outside of marriage is also seen as a threat to social norms. The majority of the population in Bangladesh do not believe marrying children is a form of sexual violence The solution UNICEF provides high priority to the issue of child marriage as a social practice that violates the rights of children UNICEF interventions are deed to establish new norms of delaying age of marriage for girls as part of a broader approach to changing social behaviour.

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Gkrl national study shows that fathers are most often responsible for deciding when and who to marry their daughters to. It is a major barricade to stopping child marriage. The minimum legal age for marriage in Bangladesh is 18 years for girls and 21 for boys. Bangladesh has made it compulsory to present a birth certificate at the time of marriage.

UNICEF supports establishment of basic facilities such as separate toilets for girls in primary and secondary schools, besides facilities for menstrual hygiene. UNICEF sets up communication with communities, engaging with key decision makers and stakeholders at every level.

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Child marriage is driven by gender inequality and the belief that girls are somehow inferior to boys. According to UNICEF, Bangladesh has the fourth highest prevalence rate of child marriage in the world, and the second highest of absolute child brides — 4, Because parents who decide to marry off girl children feel a real or perceived fear of sexual violence at onset of puberty, according to a recent research. As part of its commitment, Bangladesh will ensure access to legal remedies for child brides and establish a uniform minimum legal age of marriage of Such interventions are proven to improve enrolment and attendance of girl students, which in the long run delays the age of marriage.

As many as 33 per cent of adolescent girls believe a husband is justified in hitting his mardiage.

The challenge Bangladesh has one banglaseshi the highest rates of child marriages in the world The practice of child marriage reflects deep-rooted norms and unequal status of girls in society as females are often seen as financial burdens. Families have reported marrying off young girls to access food rations and protect them from sexual violence within camps.

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Our work reaches out to caregivers of children in their extended family and community, local and religious leaders as well as governmental representatives and frontline workers. Humanitarian context: Natural disasters also exacerbate child marriage in many regions of Bangladesh.

How big of an issue is child marriage? It has decreased in the 30 years, but rather slowly. UNICEF works to strengthen the child protection system so that laws for protecting girls from child marriage and dowry find ways to be implemented.

Bangladesh has committed to eliminate child, early and forced marriage by in line with target 5. Over 50 per cent of Bangladeshi women who are now in their mids were married before they turned Poverty and low literacy are deciding factors, but evidence suggests that child marriage is practiced across all backgrounds and social divides. The Act does not define what constitutes a special case.

At community level, UNICEF is in constant dialogue with adolescents, parents and especially fathers who are critical to decisions over child marriage.

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Parents wield major influence in the marriage of their children in South Asian cultures. The methods for engaging with the people involve participatory theatre, community dialogues, courtyard meetings, radio and TV drama baangladeshi and phone-in shows, community declarations and others.

Girls become more vulnerable to child marriage and trafficking in the context of natural disasters caused by climate change, to which Bangladesh is highly prone. There are fears that such a provision will legitimise statutory rape and encourage child marriage. Displacement: Sincemxrriage thanRohingya refugees have fled to Bangladesh to escape violence in Myanmar.

At the Girl Summit, the government ed a charter committing to end child marriage by Nearly 18 per cent were below 15 years of age. Such norms are proven to eventually lead to compromises in terms of the survival development, protection and participation of children, particularly girls. Adolescents who marry are therefore at the risk of hangladeshi pregnancy and negative health impacts.

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What is the minimum legal framework around marriage? What has this country committed to? The plan is to provide girl children the environment they need to grow and thrive. We are currently working on creating alternatives to child marriage by providing further incentives to families.

A huge cultural change means that more educated women are prepared to be self-reliant

However, the majority of population in Bangladesh do not believe marrying children is a form of sexual violence. During its Universal Periodic ReviewBangladesh supported recommendations to improve efforts to protect children from forced marriage, and to more effectively implement the Child Marriage Restraint act and the Dowry Prohibition Act. Child Marriage Free Unions are movements led by local government and facilitated by Plan Bangladesh with the aim of enforcing narriage law more effectively.

But many married adolescents experience and accept physical and sexual violence.

Are there country-specific drivers of child marriage in this country? The median age at first marriage is 15 in Rangpur and 16 in Rajshahi bzngladeshi Khulna.