Thus, there is a global call for ensuring sustainable nutrition for young women. Data suggests that Healthcare and Nutrition varies from a nation to another nation. Women belonging to industrialized economies have made considerable progress in accessing healthcare for themselves and their families. Having said that, it is only fair to appreciate the UN Decade for Women for making a huge difference in putting women’s issues globally and helping in representation. Even the World Health Organisation has played a very significant role in ensuring that women enjoy a good health status in the society.
They were able to play a significant role and were able to show the skills they had during the war. The war led to new changes and contributed to the lives of women. People were able to realize the usefulness of women if it were not for the war. It showed that women could dominate too in a male-dominated society. Women could do much more than staying at home and caring for their children.
Women and the environment are closely interlinked, throughout history, different nations glorified women as powerful symbols of nature, and nature has always been given the female characteristics: caring, reproducing and life-giving. Nevertheless, women’s involvement in the preservation of environment has seldom been recognized and documented in the histories of several nations. One of the most significant phenomena in the last decades is recognition of women`s right in achieving sustainable development, many international agreement reflected this recognition, including Rio Declaration in 1992, which stresses the point of the centrality of the full women participation to achieve environmental sustainability, the UN Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012 has clearly acknowledged the importance of gender equality and women’s empowerment, the CBD identifies the integration of women’s rights in biodiversity conservation as intrinsically vital. Linking gender equality and sustainable development is not only important for ethical reasons, but also because achieving gender equality as human rights of women is prerequisite of a fair and sustainable globe and future.
Therefore a good nurse should be able to understand their patients at a very personal level to ensure that they do what is best for them. What is most important for the patient's is that they are understood. Leininger is known as the Transcultural caring theorists. She believes that cultural competence is important in nursing because everyone is not the same and as a nurse one will encounter different beliefs and cultures. Each person should be viewed as unique and may need different care based on their condition and their culture.
To provide adequate care, the nurse must strive to achieve cultural competency which includes; first and foremost the nurse needs to understand his/her own values, beliefs and practices and those of the patient. Second, the nurse must acquire information about the patient’s cultural background and third, the nurse must be respectful and accepting of the differences in the patient’s culture. Understanding the patient’s social, religious, and spiritual background will allow the nurse to respect patient’s cultural beliefs and practices despite any personal
Additionally, women can be prone to osteoporosis, alcohol abuse, psychological disorders, human immunodeficiency virus infection, and violence. McGraw-Hill Higher (2008). 9.4 Application in current job: In my current job I understand that the best care for women to maintain and promote their health involve preventive care such as screening tests to identify any under laying disease and give prompt treatment accordingly. Give sound health education about the screening test and the risk factors to create awareness. And help in referral and follow up services.
Nasrin Zahan Lecturer of Applied Sociology ASA University Bangladesh Title: Factors influencing women’s reproductive health Abstract: Women in developing countries are often in poor health and overburdened with work; most are anemic, many suffer from malnutrition and parasitism and chronic ill health from lack of personal attaint iron and adequate health care especially during pregnancy and childbirth. Older women and men have distinct reproductive and sexual health issues which are often inadequately addressed. Mainly women’s health status is affected by complex biological, social and cultural factors which are interrelated and can only be addressed in a comprehensive manner. Reproductive health is determined not only by the quality and
Women with jobs can assist in development in the sense that a country’s gross domestic product benefits through women obtaining jobs, since the increased demand for educated workers goes up after the industrial phase, which can also be referred to as the takeoff stage. A country’s drive to maturity encourages more women to be hired in positions more fit for high levels of education. (Winkler) But with all this evidence that shows the benefits of an improved social standing for women, there are still areas that do not take measures to allow equal opportunities. The obvious reasons for this include corruption, or the existence of an opposing party. There will always be resistance or conservationist groups.
Children who suffer from malnutrition may have a delay in physical development, loss of weight and illness because of insufficient consumption of calories and proteins among others. A child develops mostly during the first few years of their life. Lack of proper nutrition at this stage of their development can lead to certain implications. One such implication is that of poor immunity. Poor nutrition can cause low immunity in a child, which may cause them to be vulnerable to diseases and infections.