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Interview with Mrs Naz Mansha (CEO Nishat Mills) on Women empowerment

Interview with Mrs Naz Mansha (CEO Nishat Mills) on Women empowerment






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    Interview with Mrs Naz Mansha (CEO Nishat Mills) on Women empowerment Interview with Mrs Naz Mansha (CEO Nishat Mills) on Women empowerment Document Transcript

    • ZEST TALKSEmpowering the women of Pakistan is individual. This is because a financiallycrucial for the progress of our country. independent woman has a standing inAccording to me, basically any the society. As she is not dependent onempowerment means financial. Without anyone for her basic needs, she is aachieving that goal, it’s meaningless to confident and secure person. Her opinionconsider the strengthening of the and views are respected and valued notwomenfolk of this land. only in her family, but also among her peers, extended relations, colleagues andAny woman who is making an earning, friends.whether it is from a job or a business, canbe regarded as an empowered It is important for us to understand that,
    • ZEST TALKS administrator, loyal, hardworking and responsible. These are inborn qualities in a woman. In my experience, women are much better and efficient workers than men. They contribute much more, once they are made productive by providing them an opportunity. The major barrier in the empowerment of our women is her family, especially men. They believe if unmarried girls go out and work with other men or become financially independent, their chances of getting a good proposal diminishes. But things are changing, if not by choice, then by necessity. Even women wearing hijab are working today, as the rising inflation has made it impossible for a family to survive on one person’s salary. My observation is that a working woman is a happier wife and a confident and better mother than a housewife. The reason is that when shefor any country to develop, women need reaches home after spending the wholeto come out and play their role. By and day at work, she gives her child andlarge, women are more than 50% of the home quality time which is beneficial forpopulation of Pakistan. And if we shove the whole family. Whereas a woman whoaside this half, making them is at home 24/7, is usually tired ofnon-productive and a liability, any form catering to the never ending demands ofof development would become unlikely. her children and is usually bitter & unhappy. Hence a working woman is notHonestly, I feel if a woman is given a only a productive and constructivetask or an important post, she definitely individual who is contributing to thedoes a better job than a man. society but also has an enhanced sense ofInstinctively, she is an excellent self which reflects in her attitude towards
    • ZEST TALKSher family, and being a goodespecially her human being. Wechildren. all should play our role in making thisIt is important to country arealize that when a developed andwoman leaves disciplined nationhome and enters ,through hardthe job or business work ,market, ,she is determination andexposed to many by encouraging ourideas and concepts women towhich enrich and contribute in theenlighten her, developmentmaking her more process.knowledgeable,wise and In ourwell-informed. She organization,wepasses on all this promote andlearning to her encourage womenchildren, making to work with us.them smarter and Every institute andaware, hence company of thiscontributing to country shoulddevelopment of the support and assistwhole nation. in making the Pakistani women financially independent .It is unfortunate that no political partyhas ever taken any concrete steps to I believe that there should be 50% quotaempower the women. The reason being for women in all governmentthat they are basically insecure. They departments. We have to facilitatebelieve that if we make the people aware women to enable them to becomeand enlightened, they will question our productive citizens of Pakistan. This canactions and promises. Hence, for all the be done by providing daycare facilities,political parties, it is an ideal situation transport and skill development to them.that the Pakistani men have a backwardand non-constructive approach and keep We all can and should contribute intheir women confined to the four walls of making Pakistan a prosperous andtheir homes. progressive nation. Islam teaches us tolerance, love oflearning, having a progressive approach