23 Mar Women Empowerment
Almost all countries, regardless of how progressive, have a history of mistreating women. To put it another way, women from all over the world have been defiant in achieving their current status. While Western countries continue to make progress, India continues to lag behind in terms of women’s empowerment.
Women’s empowerment is more important than ever in India. India is one of the countries where women are not safe. This is due to a variety of factors. To begin with, women in India are at risk of being killed for honour. If they bring shame to their family’s legacy, their family believes it is justified to kill them.
Manas Sewa Sankalp Parivar Foundation believes that education for girls must be made compulsory, so that women can become educated and make a living for themselves. Our goal is to provide equal opportunities for women in all fields, regardless of gender. Furthermore, they must be paid equally. By abolishing child marriage, we can empower women. Various programmes should be held, where they can learn how to fight for themselves in the event of a financial emergency.
Most importantly, the stigma associated with divorce and abuse must be dispelled. Because they are afraid of society, many women stay in abusive relationships. Parents must teach their daughters that coming home divorced is preferable to coming home in a coffin.