A lot of girls are getting education but a smaller number is able to proceed to post-secondary level and out of them most are not allowed to participate in the workforce. A lot of professions have now put a rule for the high educational requirement for a person to get the job. As women in Pakistan are limited to the access of getting higher education this restricts them to get into a workforce. Hence this factor remains a significant barrier for women. In Pakistan a lot of women are restricted because of their husbands as they are not well educated and do not allow their wives to get out of the house and work and the other reason is segregation (pardah).
In her response, She clarifies that women’s lack of reasoning power is not because they are biologically incapable of it, but because they are not given the equal opportunity to pursue their education. Women were deprived of education two and half centuries ago and even today, mainly due to the social, cultural and religious norms. The social issue is the one of the factor which affect girl child getting education and high dropout rate in India. ( Dr. Sekher.T.V ). According to Dr. Sekher, social issue like poor quality of school infrastructure where there is no proper toilet for girl student.
6. Assessment on awareness, acceptance and utilisation of customised vaginal cone in pelvic floor dysfunction among rural women 6.1 Introduction Being healthy women is important to have good reproductive health. In developing countries the reproductive health problems constitute the leading cause of ill health in women of all ages and this is not has been addressed extensively. Ignoring these treatable conditions often leads to distressful situations. Rural women will get exposed to poorer health care facility or atleast they will attain basic health care from primary health care centers in rural areas.
If a woman is educated she can get jobs to also cater for the family needs. It is because girl child education is not supported that a large portion of the female population remains uneducated and unemployed, thus, poverty level keeps rising due to un-education. Going back to the book, Nervous Condition, we can compare the family of Babamukuru, whose wife was educated, with that of Jeremiah whose wife was not educated. Babamukuru’s family was well to do compared to that of Jeremiah whose family was wallowing in
Yet Pakistan is very unfortunate in educating women and comparatively lack basic female education. Due to inequality in education women’s of Pakistan suffer hence it can be inferred that without attaining gender equality the likelihood of acquiring development can be more challenging in Pakistan. In addition to it, educated women are more likely to take a lead in making informed choices in elections and their own personal matters as Muhammad Sabir a Pakistani economists, describes gender equality as majorly salient resource
She is still treated as a second class citizen especially in state like Jammu and Kashmir and the reasons are, besides illiteracy, customs, traditions, poverty, ignorance, her own lack of interest and motivation. Her lack of interest in her own political empowerment leads to such governmental policies, which lack proper insight and direction. Women with skill have lot of scope for jobs in factories and industries but are not duly represented because of their lack of control over resources. Therefore to bring women into mainstream
While there is much evidence concerning the effectiveness and positive effects of women's education on the society, some traditional beliefs do not allow for women to realize themselves and develop their skills. This approach is regarded wrong by many countries; therefore, the growing number of women getting education and of programs to foster it prove that the effects of women education are recognized. The benefits are delivered in the spheres of family life and finance, child care and health as well as in the economy. Thus, the education of women should be approached with a more serious attitude. Even more, there is the need for society to understand all benefits of women getting education and to promote this idea in all countries in order to improve the overall situation in the world.
Women's right and access to land, credit and education are limited not only by discrimination in law, but also because many more subtle barriers such as workload, mobility and Low bargaining power both in the home and in their community the barriers to the exercise of these rights. These problems affect their children: women earn only one-tenth of the world's income and less than one per cent of the goods, so that households that are not run by a man are more likely than non- Impoverishment These women also tend not to have their children immunized and not to have sufficient knowledge to help
However, despite all such provisions, rural women have harder lives and are often discriminated against with regard to land and property rights and in access to medical facilities and rural finance. Women undertake the more onerous tasks involved in the day-to-day running of households, including the collection of fuel wood for cooking and the fetching of drinking water, and their nutritional status and literacy rates are lower than those of men. There are a plethora of schemes or interventions for these women which aim to improve their socio-economic conditions. Their empowerment through various Self Help Groups is one such intervention by the state and non-state players in our country. Self help groups have also contributed a lot in women empowerment in all these years in many
Factors Affecting Education of Adolescent Girls: For young girls in our region, poor nutrition, early child bearing, girls inherit their mother's domestic chores and adopt stereotypical gender roles. Low self-esteem and self worth are common. After marriage, her husband and in-laws control the bride's life. Factors such as uncongenial family environment (alcoholism drug abusive and other illegal activities), lack of parental involvement, emotional deprivation, physical and emotional abuse and neglect, unhealthy and undesirable peer influence, inability to continue schooling due to poor performance and fear of punishment by parents and teachers leads to truancy and illegal activities. Thus the poor attendance in schools, lack of accessible middle schools in rural areas, unimaginative curricula, dysfunctional schools in remote area, low motivation from teachers and early entry into the workforce are few challenges which need to be met to improve the availability of educational opportunities to adolescent