Single parents are earning less because there is only one source of income. They need to work double time in order to support their living. Given that, many single parents are spending more time working than bonding with his/her children. Their time was divided unequally with their work and their children. Because of lack of attention, children may become a rebel, do bad things, and in worst cases, use drugs.
In Arab societies, family comes first of and above everything. Family is considered as the core of society. So, it is a holly matter that each member of the family must do her or his best to protect the reputation of the family. According to Rashad, Osman and Roudi-Fahimi (2005), “marriage for Arabs is thus both an individual and a family matter.” However, women are more likely seen to be the part who sacrifices. For a starting point, it is important to keep in mind that Arab societies are associated more with social classes, ethnic groups, religious, and nationalities.
Introduction Educational equality and equity is very depended on two most important factors, such as fairness and inclusion. Fairness entails that factors particular to one 's personal conditions should not inhibit with the potential of academic success. The second imperative factor is inclusion, which states that a complete standard that slights to everyone in a certain education system. These two factors are closely associated and are reliant on on each other for true academic success of an educational system. The increasing significance of education equity is based on the foundation that an individual’s level of education directly relates to future quality of life.
Compared to uneducated women, the women who have higher education and earnings are much better position in society. Only education makes women aware of their rights and duties. Barriers of Women Empowerment : Health related Issues : The most of women in rural and poor families of India suffers from malnutrition, high death rate and different medical problems. In rural and poor families in India enough food is not provided to women which is necessary for their mental and physical development. This is because health of women is not given so important as men due to gender bias prevailing in the society.
In contrast to developed countries, the women of developing countries who head households have more obstructions in obtaining resources and services in housing and agriculture. They have less access to land, credits, capital and jobs with good incomes. Such in Afghanistan, it is often undesirable and not possible for women to admit to maintaining a household alone. Afghan women are socially ostracised and has to go through many deprivation to fulfil their daily needs. In India, the status of women are precarious and low-ranked.
These issues and challenges depict in the chart mentioned below. Figure 8.1 Major key determinants Now there is a question that how we can come out from these determinants or there should some mechanism that helps us to remove the disparity persistent between man and woman. A woman must get equal opportunity to participate in political affairs, but before providing the equal opportunity it is important to strengthen the women and enhance the mental and physical capability of them. Today government of every nation has facilitated the women with various laws and polices, and now this the time to make responsive to the women towards their equal precious rights. This
We need to have a sense of empowering the society as a whole and not focus only on one section of the society. Like natyre provides equally for all we must also help each other develop as countries. This sense of social solidity is useful in a long run. Thus the concept of equity holds a very important place in the concept of sustainable development as it forms the foundation of development in the truest of sense. 7.)
The gender imbalance is still evident in national enrollment tied, drop out rates and also biases in the curriculum. Cumulatively these end women’s access to employment and their potential productivity. In the urbanized areas, lack of the required qualifications and a thin range of skills limits female access to formal employment. In the agrarian areas, lack of female education is probable to limit farm productiveness. Presently three quarters of female farmers have no education.
Sustainability implies that a particular pattern of development can be sustained over a long period, without major disruptions. On the other hand, enabling everyone to be capable and free to do things and be the person they want to be is the goal of human development. Inequality in human development is then essentially inequality in such capability and freedom. It will be determined by many things, but for the purpose of this paper and in accordance with the UNDP’s Human Development Index, I will look at health, education and welfare schemes as three of the most important determinants. Inequality in human development is then inequality in individual educational levels, health standards and incomes.