India's Raj 'saddened' as World T20 row escalates India cricket star Mithali Raj said Thursday she was "deeply saddened" by accusations that she threw tantrums and threatened to quit before being controversially dropped during the Twenty20 World Cup.
History[ edit ] This section needs attention from an expert in Bangladesh. The specific problem is: WikiProject Bangladesh may be able to help recruit an expert. September Available data on health, nutrition, education, and economic performance indicated that in the s the status of women in Bangladesh remained considerably inferior to that of men.
Women, in custom and practice, remained subordinate to men in almost all aspects of their lives; greater autonomy was the privilege of the rich or the necessity of the very poor. Most women's lives remained centred on their traditional roles, and they had limited access to marketsproductive serviceseducation, health care, and local government.
This lack of opportunities contributed to high fertility patterns, which diminished family well-being, contributed to the malnourishment and generally poor health of children, and frustrated educational and other national development goals.
In fact, acute poverty at the margin appeared to be hitting hardest at women. As long as women's access to health care, education, and training remained limited, prospects for improved productivity among the female population remained poor.
About 82 percent of women lived in rural areas in the late s. The majority of rural women, perhaps 70 percent, were in small cultivator, tenant, and landless households; many worked as labourers part-time or seasonally, usually in post-harvest activities, and received payment in kind or in meager cash wages.
Another 20 percent, mostly in poor landless households, depended on casual labour, gleaning, begging, and other irregular sources of income; typically, their income was essential to household survival.
The remaining 10 percent of women were in households mainly in the professional, trading, or large-scale landowning categories, and they usually did not work outside the home. The economic contribution of women was substantial but largely unacknowledged.
Women in rural areas were responsible for most of the post-harvest work, which was done in the chulaand for keeping livestock, poultry, and small gardens.
Women in cities relied on domestic and traditional jobs, but in the s they increasingly worked in manufacturing jobs, especially in the readymade garment industry.
Those with more education worked in government, health care, and teaching, but their numbers remained very small. Continuing high rates of population growth and the declining availability of work based in the chula meant that more women sought employment outside the home.
Accordingly, the female labour force participation rate doubled between andwhen it reached nearly 8 percent. Female wage rates in the s were low, typically ranging between 20 and 30 percent of male wage rates.
In the s, girls' enrolment in primary school has increased rapidly.
Although there is now gender parity in enrolments at the primary and lower secondary school level, the percentage of girls drops in the later secondary school years. Women's work is often undervalued and under-reported. Chittagong Hill Tracts conflict and Persecution of Buddhists Bengali settlers and soldiers in the Chittagong Hill Tracts have raped native Jumma Chakma women "with impunity" with the Bangladeshi security forces doing little to protect the Jummas and instead assisting the rapists and settlers.
Awareness needs to be raised to uphold women's human rights. Dowry[ edit ] Dowry violence is a problem in Bangladesh. The country has taken action against the practice of dowry through laws such as Dowry Prohibition Act, ; Dowry Prohibition Amendment Ordinance, ; and Dowry Prohibition Amendment Ordinance, However, abuses regarding dowry continue, with the legal enforcement against dowry being weak.
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