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WLCF

A Presentation made for a conference during 2013

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WLCF

  1. 1. Young Women: Facts, Challenges… Suggestions Ahmed H. Janahi
  2. 2. The Presentation Content Facts •Positive View Challenges •Negative View Personal Opinion •Suggestions •Skills •Tools
  3. 3. 8 Facts about women in the GCC
  4. 4. -1- Females represent more than the half of the GCC population.
  5. 5. -2- Female modern education early 20th century
  6. 6. -3- Women political participation and representation started about 30 years ago.
  7. 7. -4- Illiteracy has decreased substantially among young women in the GCC.
  8. 8. -5- Women are Entering the education systems in large numbers (81%).
  9. 9. -6- Women Make up more than 50% of university graduates
  10. 10. -7- Both men and women understand the need to equal opportunities
  11. 11. -8- Women participation in self development programs exceed 72%.
  12. 12. But…!!
  13. 13. Only 13% of businesses are owned by women!
  14. 14. 59 % of young men think women’s role should be that of a wife and mother, 22% of women agree!
  15. 15. More than 75% of Women are distributed on 4 Sectors of economy out of 10!
  16. 16. More than 85% of the top success stories talk about men!
  17. 17. Men Vs. Women focus at the work..!
  18. 18. Access to a Mentor
  19. 19. Access to capital & Training
  20. 20. Internal Locus of Control
  21. 21. Risk Tolerance
  22. 22. Laws and Traditions
  23. 23. Personal Opinion Cultural Self Development Social Support
  24. 24. -1- Career Pathways Awareness
  25. 25. -2- Networking Skills
  26. 26. -3- Access to Mentors
  27. 27. -4- Working Ethics
  28. 28. -5- Entrepreneurial Skills
  29. 29. -6- Emotional Intelligence & Prioritization
  30. 30. -7- Decision Making skills
  31. 31. -8- Society Understanding & Motivation
  32. 32. -9- Equal Pay Unemployment Rate Regulations
  33. 33. Finally
  34. 34. Thank you for listening

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