A NEW IDEA TO IMPLEMENT EQUALITY OF
WOMEN IN SOCIETY
TEAM DETAILS
i> TEAM NAME
EKLAVYA
Ii>TEAM MEMBERS
1.AROMITA SEN
2 .NE...
48.38% ARE WOMEN POPULATION IN 2013 IN INDIA
BUT THEY ARE LACKING EQUALITY STATUS
1.LITERACY RATE
After 60 years of indepe...
THE 2011 UNITED NATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME’S HUMAN
DEVELOPMENT REPORT RANKED INDIA 132 OUT OF 187 IN TERMS
OF GENDER INE...
Solutions to Promote gender
equality and women power
We can achieve gender
equality by:
 educating girls
 increasing lit...
The 8 Millennium
Development Goals::
 1Eradicate Extreme Hunger
and Poverty
 2Achieve Universal Primary
Education
 3Pro...
Implement of solutions
INNOVATIVE
EDUCATION
 Formation of village-based
groups to promote
girls’education, made up of
dyn...
Increase in the seats of parliament for
women,so issues relating to women
should be raise in parliament
HEALTH RELATED
ISS...
SCOPE OF THE SOLUTIONS
 TO IMPLEMENT EQUAL STATUS OF
WOMEN.
 TO BRING RIGHTS FOR EVERY WOMEN.
 TO BRING HEALTY PROSPERI...
IMPACT OF SOLUTION
Q: How can women's empowerment
promote economic stability?
ANS:-> Putting resources into poor women’s h...
Q:How Tough LAWS will support women?
 ANS: Matters relating to violence of
women’s abuse, dowry, rapes, sexual
violence,e...
MAJOR PROBLEMS IN
IMPLEMENTION
In every society women struggle against gender norms that limit
their resources and opportu...
REFERENCES
1.Census. (2011). Literacy. Retrieved from,http://www.census2011.co. in
Indiain/literacy.php
5. National Family...
6. Madgavkar, A. (2012, December 30). India’s missing women workforce.
The Wall Street Journal and Live Mint. Retrieved fr...
10. Ibid.
11.Shahmanesh, Maryam, Sonali Wayal, et al. "Suicidal Behaviour Among
Female Sex Workers in Goa, India: The Sile...
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  1. 1. A NEW IDEA TO IMPLEMENT EQUALITY OF WOMEN IN SOCIETY TEAM DETAILS i> TEAM NAME EKLAVYA Ii>TEAM MEMBERS 1.AROMITA SEN 2 .NEHA RANI 3.RAKESH KUMAR 4.SANTOSH KUMAR 5.ENAYATUL HAQUE
  2. 2. 48.38% ARE WOMEN POPULATION IN 2013 IN INDIA BUT THEY ARE LACKING EQUALITY STATUS 1.LITERACY RATE After 60 years of independence, 1 in 3 women in India are still illiterate(1) >Females over age 25 with secondary education is 26.6%(2) >In INDIA literacy rate of women is 65.46% according to 2011 census whereas male rate is 82.14%> 2.FEMALE GENITAL CUTTING(FMC):A HUMAN RIGHT ABUSE >FGM may complicate pregnancy and place women at higher risk for obstetrical problems, which are more common with the more extensive FGM procedures.[3] 3.MAJOR HEALTH AND HYGENIC PROBLEMS -In 2005 India enacted the National Rural Health Mission (NHRM). However, a 2011 research study conducted by Nair and Panda found that although India was able to improve some measures of maternal health since the enactment of the NHRM in 2005, the country was still far behind most emerging economies.[4] i>MALNUTRITION AND MORBIDITY Ii>BREAST CANCER iii>REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ->Less than 40% of women give birth in a health facility.(5) iv>HIV/AIDS v>REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS ->ABORTION vi>CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH vii>MENTAL HEALTH MAJOR PROBLEMS RELATING TO WOMEN IN INDIA
  3. 3. THE 2011 UNITED NATION DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME’S HUMAN DEVELOPMENT REPORT RANKED INDIA 132 OUT OF 187 IN TERMS OF GENDER INEQUALITY(1) 4.ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT >Women in labour force-29%(6) >Only 39.5% women in India are economically active, compared to 80% in China.(7) >10.9%vi of the female population owns land, and among agricultural workers the figure drops down to 9.3%.(8) 5.PATRIARCHAL SOCIETIES >Patriarchy (rule by fathers) is a social system in which the male is the primary authority figure central to social organization and the central roles of political leadership, moral authority, and control of property, and where fathers hold authority over women and children. > patriarchy has manifested itself in the social, legal, political, and economic organization of a range of different cultures. 6. DOMESTIC AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE > sexual violence against women—is found across the world and is currently viewed as a hidden epidemic by the World Health Organisation.(9) >The most common reasons cited for women's suicide are directly related to depression, anxiety, gender disadvantage and anguish related to domestic violence.[10] > The suicide rate is particularly high among female sex workers in India, who face numerous forms of discrimination for their gender and line of work.[10] >A woman is raped every 20 minutes in India.(11) >30 lakh girl children were lost to female infanticide during 2001-2011.(12) >About 10% of all the crimes committed in the country are those of women abuse(13)
  4. 4. Solutions to Promote gender equality and women power We can achieve gender equality by:  educating girls  increasing literacy rates among women  increasing early childhood development interventions  increasing women’s labor force participation and strengthening labor policies affecting women  improving women’s access to credit and other resources  promoting women’s political rights and health programs and family support policied Our Gender Equality Strategy  Strengthen nutrition, disease prevention, and maternal health programs  Improve women’s and girls’ education and life skills  Expand women’s access to credit and economic opportunity  Increase proportion of seats for women in parliament and govt. jobs  Increase security of women from all types of violence and conserving the rights of women in all matters dowry,rape,etc.
  5. 5. The 8 Millennium Development Goals::  1Eradicate Extreme Hunger and Poverty  2Achieve Universal Primary Education  3Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women  4Reduce Child Mortality  5Improve Maternal Health  6Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Other Diseases  7Ensure Environmental Sustainability  8Develop a Global Partnership for Development  At the Millennium Summit in September 2000 the largest gathering of world leaders in history adopted the UN Millennium Declaration, committing their nations to a new global partnership to reduce extreme poverty and setting out a series of time-bound targets, with a deadline of 2015, that have become known as the Millennium Development Goals.  WHERE WE ARE? Given current trends, India is moderately or almost nearly on track. However, as the Government of India MDG Report 2009 notes, “participation of women in employment and decision-making remains far less than that of men, and the disparity is not likely to be eliminated by 2015.” Achieving GPI in tertiary education also remains a challenge. In addition, the labour market openness to women in industry and services has only marginally increased from 13-18 percent between 1990-91 and 2004-05.
  6. 6. Implement of solutions INNOVATIVE EDUCATION  Formation of village-based groups to promote girls’education, made up of dynamic men and women. Schools must be built ,books secured and teachers trained. Equally important, communities must confront the attitudes and assumptions that prevent girls from attending and excelling in school,  Women should gain new information on human rights, health and nutrition, childcare, food production and business skills so that these can help them in future. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT  A simple methodology in which groups of 50 or so women pool their savings and make the tiniest amounts – pennies per woman per week – grow into important sums. When group members borrow from the pool, they can start or expand small enterprises, from livestock rearing to market trading. Members repay their loans with interest, and the savings grow. CONT….
  7. 7. Increase in the seats of parliament for women,so issues relating to women should be raise in parliament HEALTH RELATED ISSUES  A medical centres need to be provided with well trained doctors, which only handle only particular districts in it say 5,and which are provided with all basic facilities for women with cheap facilities and medicine and every month a free check up should be mantatory for every women. DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND LAWS  A tough laws should be pass for major crimes like rape which has been major issues in country in recent years  Police protection should be provided at nights for women safety
  8. 8. SCOPE OF THE SOLUTIONS  TO IMPLEMENT EQUAL STATUS OF WOMEN.  TO BRING RIGHTS FOR EVERY WOMEN.  TO BRING HEALTY PROSPERITY LIFE OF WOMEN AND COUNTRY.  TO SUPPORT ECONOMIC CONDITION OF WOMEN AND COUNTRY.  TO INCREASE LITERACY RATE OF BOTH WOMEN AND COUNTRY.  TO BRING STABLE LIFE OF WOMEN.  TO DECREASE EVILS DEEDS AGAINST WOMEN.
  9. 9. IMPACT OF SOLUTION Q: How can women's empowerment promote economic stability? ANS:-> Putting resources into poor women’s hands while promoting gender equality in the household and in society results in large development payoffs. Expanding women’s opportunities in public works, agriculture, finance, and other sectors accelerates economic growth, helping to mitigate the effects of current and future financial crises Q:How can Education bring equal status in country? ANS:->With Education women can learn all the issues relating to business,technology,social,cultural,health,etc.,which will help to understand the strength in them and misconceptions about AIDS will also be dealt with. Better education may provide better job changes which can promote support to her family and country. CONT…..
  10. 10. Q:How Tough LAWS will support women?  ANS: Matters relating to violence of women’s abuse, dowry, rapes, sexual violence,etc. will be dealt strictly, supporting women mentally. Q:How Health can Prosper the country?  ANS: Health is the major issues in country, with these major problems of malnutrition will be minimize which can lead to give healthy life to both mother and child.
  11. 11. MAJOR PROBLEMS IN IMPLEMENTION In every society women struggle against gender norms that limit their resources and opportunities for improvement, and because we know that women’s empowerment is a tremendous resource for social change and a prerequisite in the broader fight against global poverty. But most fundamentally,women are important in their own right. Profound changes arise when we work not only with the most disempowered, but with the people and structures around them that can support or undermine their struggle for a life with dignity.We strive for a world in which a person’s rights, responsibilities, opportunities and dignity are determined not by their status as male or female, but as a human being. SO,MAJOR PROBLEMS IS THE SUPPORT FROM EVERY HUMAN BEINGS IN ORDER TO SUPPORT THEIR RIGHTS THANK YOU……..
  12. 12. REFERENCES 1.Census. (2011). Literacy. Retrieved from,http://www.census2011.co. in Indiain/literacy.php 5. National Family Health Survey. (2005-2006). Maternal Health. Retrieved from http://hetv.org/india/nfhs/nfhs3/NFHS-3-Chapter-08- Maternal-Health.pdf 4.Nair, Harish, and Rajmohan Panda. "Quality of maternal healthcare in India: Has the rural health mission made a difference." Journal of Global Health. 1.1 (2011): 79-86. Web. 28 April 2013. 2. "Human Development Report". United Nations Development Programme. 2013. 3.Abdulcadira, Jasmine; Margairaz, C.; Boulvain, M; Irion, O. "Effectiveness of interventions designed to prevent female genital mutilation/cutting: a systematic review",Swiss Medical Weekly, 6(14), January 2011 (review); also available here.
  13. 13. 6. Madgavkar, A. (2012, December 30). India’s missing women workforce. The Wall Street Journal and Live Mint. Retrieved from http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/dd8OFniJdurubBOoNJeoHK/Indias- missing-women-workforce.html 7.Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (2009). Gender, Institutions and Development Database 2009 (GID-DB). Retrieved from http://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DatasetCode=GID2 8. UN Women. (n.d.). Data on Women. Retrieved from http://www.unwomensouthasia.org/media-corner/data-on-women/ viii National Family Health Survey. (2005-2006). Maternal Health. Retrieved from http://hetv.org/india/nfhs/nfhs3/NFHS-3-Chapter-08- Maternal-Health.pdf 9.Kimuna, Sitawa, and Djamba Yanyi. "Domestic Violence in India: Insights From the 2005—2006 National Family Health Survey." Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 28.4 (2012): 773-807. Web. 12 April 2013
  14. 14. 10. Ibid. 11.Shahmanesh, Maryam, Sonali Wayal, et al. "Suicidal Behaviour Among Female Sex Workers in Goa, India: The Silent Epidemic." Research and Practice. 99.7 (2009): 1239-46. Web. 30 Mar. 12.Press Trust of India. (2012, October 12). India loses 3 million girls in infanticide. The Hindu. retrieved from http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/india-loses-3-million-girls-in- infanticide/article3981575.ece 13. National Crime Research Bureau of India. (2012). Crime Against Women. Retrieved from http://ncrb.nic.in/CD-CII2011/cii- 2011/Chapter%205.pdf
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