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  • 1. BY vignesh.s
  • 2. World Bank says • “Empowerment is the process of increasing the capacity of individuals or groups to make choices and to transform those choices into desired actions and outcomes.”
  • 3. Definition • “Empowerment is the process of increasing the authority and responsibility of individuals or groups to make choices and to transform those choices into desired actions and outcomes”.
  • 4. SIX DIMENSION OF EMPOWERMENT • Communication • Value of people • Ambiguity • Concept of power • Information • learning
  • 5. Women Empowerment • Women Empowerment refers to increasing the spiritual, political, social, educational, gender, or economic strength of individuals and communities of women.
  • 6. •NEW DELHI: Being equal to their male counterparts is still a far cry for Indian women. Not only are they marginal as public figures, an average Indian woman can hardly call the shots at home or outside. •In 2012, women occupied only eight out of 74 ministerial positions in the Union council of ministers. There were only two women judges out of 26 judges in the Supreme Court, and there were only 54 women judges out of 634 judges in various high courts.
  • 7. • About 66% of the female population in rural area is unutilized. This is mainly due to existing social customs. • In agriculture & animal care the women contribute 90% of the total work force. Women constitute almost half of the population, perform nearly 2/3 rd of its work hours, receive 1/10 th of the world’s income & own less than 1/100 th of the world property. • Among the world’s 900 million illiterate people, women out number men two to one. 70% of people living in poverty are women. Lower sex ratio i.e. 933.
  • 8. HY NEED OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT? • The main problems that were faced by women in past days(and still today up to some extent): • Gender discrimination • Woman education • Female infanticide • Dowry • Marriage in same caste and child marriage(still existing) • Atrocities on Women: With their age, they have been raped, kicked, killed, subdued & humiliated almost daily.
  • 9. NEED FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMNENT: WOMEN ARE DEPRIVED OF: • Decision Making Power • Freedom of Movement • Access to Education • Access to Employment • Exposure to Media • Domestic Violence
  • 10. WAYS TO EMPOWER WOMEN: • Changes in women's mobility and social interaction; • Changes in women's labour patterns; • Changes in women's access to and control over resources; and • Changes in women's control over decision-making.
  • 11. WAYS TO EMPOWER WOMEN: • Providing education • Self employment • Providing minimum needs like nutrition, health, sanitation, housing • Other than this, society should change the mentality of word “women”. • encouraging women to develop in their fields they are good at and make a career.
  • 12. CONCLUSION • Women represent half the world’s population, and gender inequality exists in every nation on the planet. Until women are given the same opportunities that men are, entire societies will be destined to perform below their true potentials .The greatest need of the hour is change of social attitude to women.