Jujhar singh brar's presentation on women empowerment
Jujhar Singh Brar
What is women empowerment?
Need For It.
Efforts made to achieve it.
WHat is Women's empoWerment?
To give certain rights or authority to
To invest with power, especially legal power
or official authority to women.
To equip or supply them with financial and
Need For WomeN empoWermeNt
Unhappy women means unhappy
Women need to be empowered
because of the responsibilities they
take in society.
They need to be politically
empowered for them to be active in
decision making in whatever issues
that involve their lives.
Lack of education.
Low mobility of labour.
Low ability to bear risk.
Absence of goal-oriented approach
Low socio- economic status.
HeadiNg toWards empoWermeNt
Sarva shiksha abhiyan: the
flagship programme of
elementary education has
special focus on girl child.
residential school for girls.
Reservation for women in
Rashtriya Mahila Kosh
Mahila Samridhi Yojna
(MSY): Oct. 1993
Indira mahila Yojana (IMY):
Given top priority in 1997-98.
Mahila samakhya: being
implemented in about 9000
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