This paper uses literature to explore the gender inequalities, the issues of child marriage, and the struggles being faced as a result of climate change in Bangladesh. It highlights the key issues of each topic, and how these issues are linked; and examines how they are being exacerbated by climate change. The paper then focuses on the work that is being done by Non-Governmental Organisations in order to address the Sustainable Development Goals, and highlights what work still needs to be done. It is concluded that education is key to making progress in terms of gender equality, reducing rates of child marriage, and reducing the impact of climate change.
Durston, Zoe (2020). Childhood and Well-Being in Bangladesh: A Focus on Gender Inequalities, Child Marriage and Climate Change, The Plymouth Institute of Education Online Journal, 1 (1). Issues,