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কন্যা শিশুৰ ক্ষেত্ৰত এক সবল সামাজিক স্থিতি গঢ়ি তোলাৰ উদ্দেশ্যে পৰামৰ্শৰ আহ্বান

Start Date: 22-01-2019
End Date: 31-12-2022

যিসময়ত সমাজৰ মহিলাই অসীম ধৈৰ্য, সাহস আৰু একাগ্ৰতাৰে বিভিন্ন দিশত ...

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যিসময়ত সমাজৰ মহিলাই অসীম ধৈৰ্য, সাহস আৰু একাগ্ৰতাৰে বিভিন্ন দিশত পাৰদৰ্শিতা প্ৰদৰ্শনেৰে এক সুকীয়া পৰিচয় লাভ কৰিবলৈ সক্ষম হৈছে সেই সময়তে কিন্তু সেই একেখন সমাজতেই আন একাংশই কন্যা শিশু জন্ম হোৱাটো এক অভিশাপ ৰূপে গণ্য কৰি আহিছে। যুগ যুগ ধৰি আমাৰ সমাজৰ সকলো ক্ষেত্ৰতে মহিলাৰ পৰিৱৰ্তে পুৰুষক প্ৰাধান্য তথা অগ্ৰাধিকাৰ দিয়াৰ মানসিকতাই মহিলাসকলক বিভিন্ন ক্ষেত্ৰত অৱহেলিত হিচাবে গণ্য কৰা দেখা যায়। ভ্ৰূণ হত্যা, শাৰীৰিক আৰু মানসিক নিৰ্যাতন, লিংগ বৈষম্য আদি সমাজৰ ব্যাধিসমূহৰ বাবে এতিয়াও আমাৰ সমাজখন বিভিন্ন ক্ষেত্ৰত পিছপৰি ৰৈছে। এনে পৰিপ্ৰেক্ষিতত এক সুস্থ বাতাবৰণ সৃষ্টিৰে কন্যা শিশুসকলৰ উপযুক্ত সুৰক্ষা প্ৰদান কৰাটো এগৰাকী সচেতন নাগৰিক হিচাবে আমাৰ প্ৰত্যেকৰে প্ৰধান দায়িত্ব হোৱা উচিত। উপযুক্ত শিক্ষা প্ৰদানেৰে প্ৰতিগৰাকী কন্যা শিশুক একো একোগৰাকী সু- নাগৰিক ৰূপে গঢ় দিয়াৰ ক্ষেত্ৰত আমি প্ৰত্যেকেই দায়ৱদ্ধ হোৱাতো সময়ৰ এক আহ্বান।

“ৰাষ্ট্ৰীয় কন্যা শিশু দিৱস” উপলক্ষে জনতাৰ চৰকাৰ মাই গভ্‍ অসমে নিম্ন উল্লেখিত দিশসমূহৰ ক্ষেত্ৰত জনসাধাৰণৰ পৰামৰ্শ বিচাৰিছে।

• কন্যা শিশুৰ সৰ্বাংগীন বিকাশৰ ক্ষেত্ৰত সামাজিক দায়ৱদ্ধতা
• কন্যা শিশুৰ অধিকাৰ, আশা-আকাংক্ষা পূৰণ আদিৰ ক্ষেত্ৰত সজাগতা সৃষ্টি
• কন্যা শিশুৰ নিৰাপত্তা সুনিশ্চিতকৰণৰ ক্ষেত্ৰত সমাজৰ স্থিতি

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They live in war zones
The long-term effects of growing up in a conflict zone are devastating and UNICEF estimates that 48.5 million children worldwide are missing school because of wars and conflicts.

Girls living in conflict-affected countries are 90% more likely to be out of secondary school than those living in peace.

Attacks on girls' schools also mean many parents are afraid to send their daughters to school.

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Too few female teachers
The lack of female teachers in some countries can make school a daunting experience for girls. The presence of more women would provide a girl-friendly environment that would put young girls at ease.

In the United States, about three-quarters of school teachers are female. But in African countries such as Liberia and the Central African Republic only about one in five primary teachers are women.

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Poor sanitation
In many parts of the world it’s not as easy as raising your hand and asking to go to the toilet.
Many girls - particularly adolescents who are menstruating - don't go to school because of a lack of privacy, unavailability of sanitary disposal facilities and water shortages.

In parts of sub-Saharan Africa and other regions, girls can miss out on up to five days of school per month or stop going to school entirely because of insufficient access to water and hygiene facilities

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Dangerous journeys
Most parents are unwilling to allow their daughters to walk long distances to school or take routes that could be dangerous.

During violent conflicts, girls are deliberately targeted by armed groups and government forces. They often suffer sexual violence, abduction, intimidation and harassment.

A study in India in 2016 found that half of all girls were sexually harassed on the way to school - including being leered at, pinched or groped.

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5. Child/domestic labour
Girls often stay home to take care of younger siblings and bear the main burden of housework. While educating a boy is considered a sound investment, it is sometimes considered to be a waste of time for girls.

Many girls begin working as early as five years old - mainly in agriculture or in homes as domestic servants. Child domestic workers are particularly vulnerable to trafficking, forced labour, sexual violence and many health issues.

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Lack of funding
Funding is an important issue when looking at reasons why girls aren’t in school. Education for girls is often the lowest budget priority in many countries.

Daughters are perceived to be less valuable once educated, and less likely to abide by the will of the father, brother or husband. Often male siblings will be given the chance to attend school instead.

But educating girls and young women increases a country's productivity and contributes to economic growth

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3. Violence at school
Not only is this a violation of their human rights, it is also one of the most common causes for girls to drop out of school.

An estimated 246 million girls and boys are harassed and abused on their way to and at school every year - with girls particularly vulnerable. In Africa, half of all children said they had been bullied at school.

18 million girls aged 15 to 19 are victims of sexual violence - often leading to school dropout

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Pregnancy
In many parts of the world, girls who are pregnant - regardless of their circumstances - will be excluded from school.

Many do not return after giving birth due to those rules, stigma, fees, lack of childcare and the unavailability of flexible school programmes.

About 16 million girls aged 15 to 19 and some one million girls under 15 give birth every year—most in low- and middle-income countries, according to the World Health Organization.

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Early marriage
Too often marriage is seen as a higher priority than education. The low value attached to girls’ schooling means few other options are available to them.

Boys can be affected but most victims of child marriage are girls. It is estimated that every year 15 million girls are married before they turn 18. After their wedding they leave the education system and, because they have fewer educational skills, they and their families are more likely to live in poverty.

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Sandeep Shaw 1 বছৰ 4 দিন পূৰ্বে

Yes, our society is indeed lagging behind to ensure the safety for the girls.
In order to safeguard their rights the basic step to be taken is to impose strict law for female foeticide, mental and physical abuse and violation of human rights.The rituals of child marriage and dowry system should be eliminated.