Women And Women: The Impact Of Education On Women

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“Let us pick up our books and our pens,’ I said. ‘They are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world” (Yousafzai, 2013). Education plays a major role in the lives of people nowadays, where it is very hard to adjust into the society without a form of education for jobs and other daily activities. However, one needs to dig deeper and consider other benefits of education on people, specifically women that can alter the paths of their lives. One great impact of education on women is the increase in their health and well-being, which is something that is lacking in many countries around the world. An issues to discuss is the relationship between female education and maternal mortality around the world, and how a change can influence rates in certain countries. Females have suffered greatly when it comes to education in the past decades and it is due to societal norms and the idea that a woman’s place is at home and not in the work field. For so long, women have been fighting for education which is a fundamental human right that has not been established fully in some under developed countries. Many countries have not come to the realization that education will teach women things that can improve the society as a whole and will not be a threat to the ‘masculinity’ of males. First, education gives women knowledge to actually know more about the health care system, how to demand it and access it. This was mentioned in the article

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