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WELCOME TO
MY
PRESENTATION
NORTH EAST UNIVERSITY
BANGLADESH
PRESENTATION OF
WOMEN EMPOWERMENT OF
BUSINESS IN BANGLADESH
SUBMITTED TO
SHAHIDA AKTER
LECTURER OF BUSINESS
ADMINISTRATION
NORTH-EAST UNIVERSITY
Submitted by
Ruhel Ahmed
Roll: 160302010003
1st Semester, English
Department
Acknowledgement
• Thanks Almighty Allah
• Thanks to our honorable Course
instructor
• Collected Information
• Study it
Introduction
 Bangladesh is a developing country
 Struggle for modernity
 Many indoor and outdoor activities
 Facing n...
Definition
Women’s Empowerment Principles: Equality
Means Business
Empowering women to participate fully in
economic life ...
NEED FOR WOMEN
EMPOWERMENT OF BUSINESS
Freedom of Movement
Access to Education
Access to Employment
Domestic Violence
Educational Status
Education is one of the basic elements of man to
develop personality, sense of responsibility,
sustaini...
Business
activities
Before NGO
membership
number of
women
After NGO
membership
number of
women
Involved 2(4%) 25(50%)
Not ...
Employment
status
Before NGO
membership
number of
women
After NGO
membership
number of
women
Unemployed 31(62%) 9(18%)
Emp...
Rights of women:
Article 10. : Steps shall be taken to ensure participation of
women in all spheres of national life.
Arti...
CONCLUSION:
Women represent half the world’s
population, and gender inequality exists in
every nation on the planet. Until...
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  1. 1. WELCOME TO MY PRESENTATION
  2. 2. NORTH EAST UNIVERSITY BANGLADESH
  3. 3. PRESENTATION OF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT OF BUSINESS IN BANGLADESH
  4. 4. SUBMITTED TO SHAHIDA AKTER LECTURER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION NORTH-EAST UNIVERSITY
  5. 5. Submitted by Ruhel Ahmed Roll: 160302010003 1st Semester, English Department
  6. 6. Acknowledgement • Thanks Almighty Allah • Thanks to our honorable Course instructor • Collected Information • Study it
  7. 7. Introduction  Bangladesh is a developing country  Struggle for modernity  Many indoor and outdoor activities  Facing new challenges  Women are neglected  Enjoy the right
  8. 8. Definition Women’s Empowerment Principles: Equality Means Business Empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors is essential to build stronger economies, achieve internationally agreed goals for development and sustainability, and improve the quality of life for women, men, families and communities.
  9. 9. NEED FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT OF BUSINESS Freedom of Movement Access to Education Access to Employment Domestic Violence
  10. 10. Educational Status Education is one of the basic elements of man to develop personality, sense of responsibility, sustaining rights, civic sense and specially national progress
  11. 11. Business activities Before NGO membership number of women After NGO membership number of women Involved 2(4%) 25(50%) Not Involved 17(34%) 15(30%) No Idea 31(62%) 10(20%) Total 50(100%) 50(100%) Table: Women involvement in business activities (before and after getting microcredit NGO membership)
  12. 12. Employment status Before NGO membership number of women After NGO membership number of women Unemployed 31(62%) 9(18%) Employed 1(2%) 38(76%) Workers 18(36%) 3(6%) Total 50(100%) 50(100%) Table: Employment status of (Women before and after getting micro credit NGO membership)
  13. 13. Rights of women: Article 10. : Steps shall be taken to ensure participation of women in all spheres of national life. Article 28(2) : women shall have equal rights with men in all spheres of the state & of public life. Article 28(4): Nothing in this article shall prevent the state from making special provision in favor
  14. 14. 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.

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