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Published on July 23, 2014

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Wom3n empow3rment: Wom3n empow3rment D3fniton of Wom3n Empow3rment…??: D3fniton of Wom3n Empow3rment…?? E mpowerment means "to make (someone) stronger and more confident, esp. in controlling their life and claiming their rights."  It means to give women power and help them face the challenges of being a woman in society. CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EMPOWERED WOMAN: CHARACTERISTICS OF AN EMPOWERED WOMAN An empowered woman is made up of these characteristics or traits: E nthusiastic – loves what she is contributing to the world M indful – of what she says and thinks; makes choices based on love not fear P urposeful – knows her purpose and everything she does focusing around achieving her purpose in life, at this time O ptimistic – always sees the positive in situations W illful – uses her will and determination to accomplish what she sets out to do E ncouraging – has healthy self-mind talk and offers encouragement to all of those on her path R espectful – knows that all life choices are to be respected and not judged E nlightened – knows that she is on a spiritual journey and makes effort to continue to be aware of the journey she is on D edicated – to learning and growing personally, professionally and spiritually Status of Indian Wom3n in differ3nt era’s….. : Status of Indian Wom3n in differ3nt era’s…..   ANCIENT INDIA women enjoyed equivalent status & rights like their males counterparts .   MEDIEVAL INDIA The status of women in India deteriorated during the medieval period  . Several evil practices such as female infanticide, sati and child marriage were practiced during this period . MODERN INDIA In the modern time, women in India were given freedom & right such as freedom of expression & equality as well as the right to be educated. However, some problems such as dowry, domestic violence, sex selective abortion, female infanticide are still prevalent Barri3rs of women empow3rment : Barri3rs of women empow3rment Poverty Educational problems Lack of unity Society Gender prejudice Traditional barriers Low confidence Health issues Poverty: Poverty Educational probl3ms: Educational probl3ms No beneficiaries Sch3mes are provided. And due to social , cultural & family probl3ms. LACK OF UNITY: LACK OF UNITY Society : Society Child marriage Dowry system purdah system G3nder pr3judice: G3nder pr3judice The t3rm r3fers to the ….. “Discrimination between boy and girl.” or “Gender prejudice is when a woman/girl is held back or treated unjustly simply because she is a woman.” Traditional barri3rs: Traditional barri3rs Low confid3nce: Low confid3nce H3alth Issu3s: H3alth Issu3s Th3y Also Suff3r from……..: Th3y Also Suff3r from…….. Women trafficking Child labour Eve t3asing Family Abuse Mat3rnal Mortality Malnutrition Exploitative Practices S3xual Harassm3nt How Empow3rment of Wom3n can be done….??: How Empow3rment of Wom3n can be done….?? The Empow3rment of wom3n can be done in two possible ways… Economic Empow3rment & Social Empow3rment Economic Empow3rment of Wom3n: Economic Empow3rment of Wom3n Pov3rty Eradication Pov3rty Eradication m3ans – To off3r them a range of economic and social options, along with necessary support measures to enhance their capabilities. Women and Economy : Women and Economy Their contribution to socio-economic development as producers and workers will be recognized in the formal and informal sectors (including home based workers) and appropriate policies relating to employment and to her working conditions should be drawn up. Globalization: Globalization Benefits of the growing global economy have been unevenly distributed leading to wider economic disparities, the feminization of poverty, increased gender inequality through often deteriorating working conditions and unsafe working environment Women and Agriculture: Women and Agriculture Concentrated efforts should be made to ensure that benefits of training, extension and various programmes will reach them in proportion to their numbers. Women and Industry: Women and Industry comprehensive support in terms of labour legislation, social security and other support services to participate in various industrial sectors Social Empow3rment of wom3n: Social Empow3rment of wom3n Education for women Providing quality education facilities to women Health care for women: Health care for women Housing & Shelt3r : Housing & Shelt3r Drinking Water and Sanitation: Drinking Water and Sanitation Nutrition of wom3n : Nutrition of wom3n Political Empow3rment: Political Empow3rment Political empowerment is a key to development in this society. It is a must for an all- around development of women. It is the need of the hour to ensure her participation in the decision-making at home, in community and at the national level. Cultural Empowerment of Women: Cultural Empowerment of Women There should be a change in the mind set of society on a fundamental level. Cultural empowerment as such can be achieved only when women are treated as human beings first and foremost Role Of Gov3rnment In Wom3n Empow3rment In INDIA.: Role Of Gov3rnment In Wom3n Empow3rment In INDIA. The ministries of  Government  of India had came up with various  schemes for the w3lfare of Wom3n in india . By Impl3menting th3se sch3mes , There will be improved implementation of programmes which are already women oriented with special targets for women. Steps will be taken for mobilization of poor women and convergence of services, by offering them a range of economic and social options, along with necessary support measures to enhance their capabilities. Some Of The Welfare schemes for women in India Are…: Some Of The Welfare schemes for women in India Are… 1 Mother and Child Tracking System (MCTS) 2 The Indira Gandhi Matritva Sahyog Yojana Conditional Maternity Benefit plan (CMB) 3 Rajiv Gandhi Scheme for Empowerment of Adolescent Girls – Sabla 4  Rashtriya Mahila Kosh 5  Priyadarshini The Obj3ctives Of Th3se Sch3mes Ar3…: The Obj3ctives Of Th3se Sch3mes Ar3… ( i ) Creating an environment through positive economic and social policies for full development of women to enable them to realize their  full potential. (ii) The  de-jure  and  de-facto  enjoyment of all human rights and fundamental freedom by women on equal basis with men in all spheres – political, economic, social, cultural and civil (iii)  Equal access  to participation and decision making of women in social, political and economic life of the nation (iv) Equal access to women to health   care, quality   education at all levels, career and vocational guidance, employment, equal remuneration, occupational  health and safety , social security and public office etc. (v)  Strengthening  legal systems  aimed at elimination of all forms of discrimination   against women (vi) Changing societal attitudes and community practices by active participation and involvement of both men and women. (vii) Mainstreaming a gender perspective in the  development process . (viii) Elimination of discrimination and all forms of  violence against women  and the girl child; and (ix) Building and strengthening partnerships with civil society, particularly women’s organizations. So Fight For your rights In The Soci3ty..: So Fight For your rights In The Soci3ty.. A P3rsonal m3ssage to all th3 Wom3n’s in th3 World…: A P3rsonal m3ssage to all th3 Wom3n’s in th3 World… You.Are.Amazing . As. you. are. Stronger than you know. More beautiful than you think. Worthier than you believe. More loved than you can ever imagine. Passionate about making a difference. Fiery when protecting those you love. Learning. Growing. Not alone. Warm. Giving. Generous. Quirky. Sexy. Funny. Smart. Flawed. Whole. Scared. Brave. And so, so, so.much.more . Be Strong. Be Confident. Be You.

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