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My brother here, Kakramom, is 26 and unmarried, somewhat uncommon for a man his age. His parents are searching and he went to "look at" a girl last week, but she didn't make his heart pound (he said so himself) so he won't marry her.
(His sisters don't mind that he's taking his time, except when he asks them to wash his clothes for him and then they tell him he needs a wife, because it is not their duty.) Another girl claims to have a Tajik boyfriend in the Red Cross to whom she will be married in two years after she finishes University.
If two people fall in love it must be secret and hidden.
Young sons, no matter how "in love," rarely request to marry a certain girl because in the event that the marriage does not turn out, a mother would blame her son and turn against him.
One girl has a so called boyfriend, whom she sees only at the University (rarely in public) but she is taller than he, so she doesn't hope too much to marry him (his mother won't like her height).
Tajikistan is a country in Central Asia, with a population formed largely of Tajikistani (84.3%), with a significant Uzbek minority of 13.8%, and smaller numbers of Kyrgyz, Russians, Turkmens, Tatars, and Arabs.
To date, however, no thorough gender analysis of access to land and finance in Tajikistan has been conducted.
As a result, there is insufficient gender disaggregated data to inform policy.
Many Tajik women are sole heads of households and caretakers of their families as a direct consequence of war and migration.
Migration in particular has a great impact on gender relations, gender division of labor, and gender roles with the possible empowerment or disempowerment of women left behind.
Unions are made on practicality and the modest woman who knows how to cook and clean well is the choicest pick, though her beauty also plays a role.