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Published on July 15,by Priyanka in Women Empowerment.
The significant question is what difference has it made to the position of women? Have women become really strong, and have their long term struggles ended?
Though women have progressed in a number of spheres, yet looking from a wider perspective, the situation remains grim. According to the statistics by CARE, out of 1.
Astonishingly, two third of the million adults in the world who cannot read is women. The context in the developing and third world countries is worse.
It was observed in a CARE project working with adolescent girls in India, that these girls were considered as temporary people who would cease to exist, at least for their fathers, once they are married.
In many places in India, domestic violence is acceptable to women, and cultural and ethical implications are imposed on their freedom. What does that mean?
It would be wrong to state that nothing has changed as a number of local, national and international organizations are working together to mitigate the problems, yet their is a long way to go.
The sex ratio in India has improved from in to as per census. The female literacy has also increased from These indicators may show improvement, however, the pace is not desirable. Women empowerment depends on a number of factors as location, social and financial status, cultural connotations, traditions, and age.
Despite these schemes, the Global Gender Gap Index observes that India needs to do much more to improve the position of women. Persistent health, education and economic participation gaps are acting as main deterrents to the growth.
To conclude, still a vast number of women do not have their own life choices, and speaking locally, nationally or globally, empowerment is still in its nascent stages.ndia a Global Economic Super Power INDIA A GLOBAL ECONOMIC SUPER POWER New parts of the world that were not long ago considered undeveloped, backwater countries, are now taking center stage in the global economy.
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Can India's impressive economic growth keep pace with the needs and demands of a still rapidly growing population? Its population has reached the billion mark, and by is projected to surpass China at billion.