Girl Child in Development Policy in Rural Central Africa
Central Africa has unique culture that segregates girl child into household laborers or early forced child marriages disadvantaging the girl child.
This has limited the number of qualified personnels in the industries, Government positions, informal sectors and parastatals.
The female calibre has been side lined for too long hence the need for policy makers to incorperate the future needs of a girl child.
In most Central African culture,a girl child does most of the household work, works up early to do house keeping, washing dishes and clothes and prepare food while the boy child is given priority time to study and choice of best schools.
Resources allocated fot the girl child are limited compared to the boy child.She is forced into early marriage thus bears children early and starts motherehood at tender age.
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