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Bulletins Bulletin : Published and Discussed
Date: Saturday, May 26, 2001
From: bd_KonkaBoti
Subject:
kemon aache aai banglar meyera??
Description:


Violence against women:
- All of murders in Bangladesh in case of women, 50% are attributed to marital violence.

- Out of 1,225 rural women 19% are physically assaulted by an intimate male partners in last 12 months.

- 47% of women ever assaulted by an intimate male partner.

- Every year, about 7000 women and children are victim of illegal trafficking.


Situation of Girl child:
- 194.8 women out of 1000 are married in 15-19 years of age. It is 8.5 for men.

- 50% of women's (of 25-60 age group) Body mass index is lower then the standard Body mass index (body mass index is count to measure nutrition level).

- 39% of the students who passes SSC are girls.

- 5% of girls of 10-14 years age group are married.

- 48% of girls of age group 15-19 are married.

- 58% of girls of 15-19 age group give birth of at least one child.

- 70% of women who are murdered for domestic Violence (in 1998) are from 13-18 age group.

(Source: NCBP, Women for Women, June 2000)


Women in Local government

Women: 20%
Man: 80%

(Source: Human Development in South Asia,2000)


Women and household work:
- Women in Rural Bangladesh spends nearly 5 hours a day on household work (water collection, taking care of the family, taking care of the house, cooking, cleaning, washing etc.)

- Women spend 1 hour on subsistence production such as, gathering food, fodder, firewood, and household material.

- Men are involved in subsistence production less then half an hour per day.

- Time men spent in household work is negligible.

- Women's per capita non-market production is 5,000 Taka annually.

(Source: National gender Profile, UNDP,1999)



People Discussion
observersoul
(Saturday, May 26, 2001)

keno aache emon banglaar meyera ? coz banglar parents / society / country's systems are producing sub human beings ( no wonder i m one who belongs to that class too) .

shybal
(Sunday, May 27, 2001)

ami eeeeee bishoya kishu likhta chai naaaaaa......kintu ami balbo ja errrrjano mulato dayeeeeee meyera nijaiiiiiiii


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