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These problems are compounded for households in remote, mountainous areas where travelling to and from school is prohibitively expensive.
The upshot of these constraints is that parents typically choose to prioritize their sons’ education instead of their daughters.
Indeed, as girls and young women are considered “only” temporary members of the family – going to live with their husbands’ families upon marriage – parental incentives to invest in their daughters’ education are reduced.
Well i am an open minded, easygoing, sincere and handsome man seeking women for long relationship :) I love meeting new peoples and discuss new ideas and share about there life and giving them motivation and courage to l..What then are the driving factors behind this educational gender divide?After independence, Tajikistan witnessed growing tensions between differing ideas about how the new state should be formed.According to UNESCO statistics, differences start appearing in the fifth grade (at age 11) when almost 10 percent of girls are absent from school compared to around 2 percent of boys.While not compulsory, this difference is magnified in upper secondary school (from age 16) with 48 percent of girls – compared to 30 percent of boys – not attending.
Predominantly male labor migration to Russia, among other countries, has also worsened the situation for women left behind, who are forced to provide for their families alone with older daughters helping their mothers with work while younger daughters take care of their even younger siblings.