Empower under-privileged Women
About 40% of India’s population still lives in traditional communities where the majority of women are still confined to their homes. The nation has been working hard to make progress in emancipating and granting advantages to the less fortunate women living in India’s rural and backward regions. In order to transform India’s fortunes, we must first concentrate on improving the capacities and skills of underprivileged women who live in rural areas and marginalized
communities. We must provide them with all the tools necessary to do so.
By providing them with all necessary resources and training opportunities, we can help women who live in challenging circumstances gain more power and move up the ladder of independence. It is disappointing that the idea of women’s empowerment has been abused in many cases. However, it’s a comprehensive idea that encompasses things like access to literacy, giving women the flexibility to make choices during times of need, raising knowledge of women’s rights, supporting them in speaking up against any mistreatment they experience, and several other essentials of life.
The only way to put the country on the path to wealth and accomplishments is for society to work toward elevating the status of less fortunate women and to abandon the outdated notion that women are commodities. We are all aware of how significantly women’s empowerment may advance the nation’s development across the board. According to several statistics and data regarding nations with sizable populations of empowered women, nations with bigger percentages of empowered women are increasing quickly every day on all fronts at the global level.
Additionally, we must deal with the underlying causes of gender inequality and work to improve the lives of disadvantaged women and girls in backward areas of India. We must continue to take proactive steps to address issues connected to violence against women, run victim aid programmes, and lend a helping hand to elderly women and women who are socially excluded.
We also need to support women in leading initiatives where they actively engage in neighborhood-based activities and benefit from government programmes. Women would have excellent employment possibilities, job stability, and a good impact on society. An excellent method to affect change is to provide resource-poor women with knowledge on numerous topics and skills so they may act as change agents for everyone. Our goal must be to build a system that enables women to live their lives in safety and with respect. We must also have faith that our sincere efforts will improve the economic and social standing of disadvantaged and impoverished women living in rural areas or other dark areas of society.
We need to help the underprivileged women realize their goals and duties in relation to society and the nation as responsible citizens.