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Women in rural areas

Women in rural areas

challenges and choices : an information pack for women, community groups and decision-makers

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Published by NAWO and NCVO in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementwritten by Jane Esuantsiwa Goldsmith ... [et al.].
ContributionsGoldsmith, Jane Esuantsiwa., National Alliance of Women"s Organisations., National Council for Voluntary Organisations.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21700646M
ISBN 100719913640
OCLC/WorldCa316126503

The difference between rural and urban education grows bigger day by day. Many governments do not even manage to fill the gap. Thus, many problems of education that remain unsolved result in the unsustainable development of communities. Education is the main driving force for successful careers. There can be no other exceptions or : Aghavni.   I always admired the women from the rural part of our country. Each time I went back to my native place for festivities, I saw how much energy they had to keep on and on working here and there all day and night along without even a hint of tiredne.

  According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, women 34 or younger, living in low-income households in rural areas experienced some of the highest rates of domestic violence from Women are the mainstay of the culture and traditions of the hills. Repeatedly, hill women have shown remarkable courage and participation in development programs. The life in the hilly areas of Uttarakhand is very difficult. Despite the adverse conditions, the rural women of the area portrayed immense potential and prominence in the society.

80 per cent of Kenyan women lived in rural areas, but a draft national land policy would outlaw discrimination against women vis-à-vis land ownership. Regarding education, there was now near. Girls of rural areas are facing many problems regarding their studies. There are several issues and causes of education problems for girls in rural areas of Pakistan. Inaccessibility of education in Pakistan, especially in backward areas is a result of distance, child labor, scarcity of teachers, local leaders, frequent policy changes and fear.


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