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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 2128-2135

A Comparative Study On Governmental And Nongovernmental Organizations On Women Empowerment

Ubeda, Dr. Swapna Gehlot.


Women represent half of the world’s population and production; they constitute significant part in a household as well as in the economy as they perform triple role, i.e., reproduction, domestic labor and productive labor. Yet women in most of the developing countries face gender discrimination. The causes for the gender discrimination are the cultural aspects, lower educational level, lack of economic freedom and the socio- political structures in the nations. Women in India have been oppressed culturally, socially, economically and politically for centuries. They are exploited at home, in the families, in the society and in the country. In the multi ethnic and multi cultural society like that exists in India, such exploitation takes various forms. The core of the problem is that they shoulder a number of responsibilities, but they are not given adequate participatory or decision making power in the family or elsewhere. Women can gain such power, if their economic status, cultural and social status improves. Such type of overall improvement will bring positive changes in the lives of women. The empowerment of women is one of the central issues in the process of development of countries all over the world. However it has been now realized by the national governments and the global players that the development of the nations cannot take place without filling the existing gender gap. This is also very clearly ushered in the sustainable development goals. The way forward for filling the gender gapis empowering women which enables them to live their own lives and to take part in the development.

Key words: Study, Governmental ,Organizations, Women, Empowerment etc

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