Parvati Satar said she went to school for only two or three days. They took her in, but were angry with her for leaving her husband and scolded her. This is intended to be a foundation for a detailed National Plan of Action to End Child Marriage with funds budgeted for its implementation. The married girls interviewed for this report consistently said that they were permitted to attend school, and there was no requirement that they leave school if they become pregnant, but most left school anyway. Police should also reach out to educators, health care providers especially FCHVs, civil society organizations, and community leaders to seek cooperation in identifying children at risk of child marriage and preventing marriages. Married girls had babies early, sometimes because they did not have information about and access to contraception, and sometimes because their in-laws and husbands pressured them to give birth as soon, and as frequently, as possible. A Hindu priest performed the ceremony. She does not want more children, but her husband is insisting that they have a son. In some communities in Nepal, marriages happen in two stages, with a marriage ceremony taking place first, followed some years later by a ceremony called a gauna , which marks the moment when the bride goes to live with her husband and in-laws.
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