The Importance Of Gender Inequalities In The World

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Gender quality is a human right but after all these years of research studies on it. It still often proves to us that gender inequalities does exist in the world. Gender equality is meant that men and women have equal power and equal opportunities for financial independence, education, and personal development. However, even up till now being a man or a woman would often affect the way people are being treated socially, economically and political. Globally, women should be given the same amount of fair shake compared to mens. Guaranteeing the rights of women and giving them opportunities to reach their full potential is critical not only for attaining gender equality, but also for meeting a wide range of international development goals. It…show more content…
HIV, the virus that causes AIDS is one of the world’s most serious health and development challenges. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), there were approximately 36.9 million people worldwide living with HIV/AIDS at the end of 2014. Of these, 2.6 million were children aged 15 years old and below. It is also said that an estimated of 34 million people have died from AIDS-related causes so far, including 1.2 million in 2014. The vast majority of people living with HIV are in low- and middle-income countries. It is happening in those countries because women there have fewer opportunities for health education, unequal power in sexual partnership, or as a result of gender-based violence. Maternal health is also an issue of specific concern. In many countries, women have limited access to prenatal and infant care, and are more likely to experience complications during pregnancy and childbirth. This is a critical concern in countries where are girls sold off to be married to stranger by their parents for money. Girls like them would often have children before they are ready, often well before the age of 18. Quality maternal health care can provide an important entry point for information and services that empower mothers as informed decision-makers concerning their own health and the health of their

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