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Role of Women in Society

Role of Women in Society

Assistant Editor

28 Nov, 2018

Women are powerful

positions in various large-scale companies. Working outside doesn’t mean women do not do household chores. Women do two full-time jobs - the one at the workplace and the one at home. Women nowadays are becoming keepers of the home, planners of family events, errand runners, and bill payers. According to statistics. Women are the prime caretakers of families around the world. As per an international study when the economic and political organization of a society changes, women come to the forefront and help the family to adjust to new challenges. Women are likely to be the prime initiators of outside assistance, and they play an important role in facilitating changes in family life.


Role of Women as Educators

It has been seen that only the mother in the family most often urges her children to attend and stay in school. Thus the role of women is at the front end of the improvements that hat lead family and community to their long-term capacity.


Role of Women in the Workforce

The theme for International women's was “Think equal, build smart, innovate for change,” this was selected to identify the innovative ways of advancing gender equality and the empowerment of women; this accelerates the 2030 Agenda, of the new U.N.Sustainable Development Goals. Although women’s opportunities still lag behind men's, the historic and current role of women is beyond doubt.


Role of Women as Global Volunteers

Global Volunteers’ community development work worldwide strengthens women’s and children’s capacity, health, and development. With the direction of local leaders, volunteers help ensure academic accessibility, parental involvement, psycho-social support, nutrition, and health education, funding scholarships, construction schools, tutor literacy,  numeracy, and more. Throughout history, the role of women in society has ensured the stability and long-term development of nations. Worldwide, women comprise 43 percent of the world’s agricultural labor– and 70 percent in some countries.


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