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The Need for the Social Empowerment of Woman

The Need for the Social Empowerment of Woman

We couldn’t agree more with the GD Anderson; a famous Australian activist, that “Feminism isn’t about making women stronger; women are already strong; it’s about changing the way world perceives that strength”.

Despite all hullabaloo and extravagant claims around empowering women in India socially, justly and economically, the grim reality is that female labour participation in India plummeted to a record low of 15.5 % in the post COVID world. All latest studies however affirm the fact that if woman is treated at par with the man and rendered with equal opportunities to learn, grow and evolve then a child has 20 percent better chance of wholesome growth and interestingly against 40 % of income being spent by the men on the fundamental necessities of the family; women spend 90 percent of their income on education, health and food for raising their families. The aforementioned data speaks volume that women play prominent role in the nation-building and sustainable development of the country. Therefore, in order to uplift the economic, social and political status of women we, as a nation need to put our act together to achieve the goal.

“GoodWorks” Trust is a ray of hope for vulnerable women coming from the disadvantaged communities in Noida

The array of women empowerment organizations in India doing phenomenal work for the women’s welfare and “GoodWorks” trust-based in Noida is one of the leading flagbearers making notable contributions with regards to empowering women through launching skill development programs that eventually enable women to become bread winners of their families and get themselves free from the cycle of poverty to ultimately lead respectful life altogether.

“A small Step for the Women Empowerment is a Giant leap for the Mankind”

“GoodWorks” trust echoing the sentiments of the need for women empowerment has been setting new benchmarks by strengthening underprivileged women coming from the weaker sections of the society through providing quality education, running self- awareness programs, offering vocational training and launching gamut of special skill development programs that specifically emphasize on self – employment of the women. One of the most remarkable achievements of the “GoodWorks” NGO is that with the mission of “Save Girls Save India” objective, it hasal ready successfully rescued many young girls from getting married at adolescent age. Therefore, it’s overwhelming to see that the Noida based organization has been fighting against all odds as well as against the regressive patriarchal mindset deeply rooted in our country that women are only meant to be home-makers. “GoodWorks” trust ensures that underprivileged women metamorphose into skilled workers to support her families and moreover can stand for themselves amid any challenges. Therefore, the trust provides free quality education as well as vocational training to achieve this goal.

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It’s quite alarming that despite the fact, that women constitute for half the population of the country; the role of woman in our country is just relegated to being the primary care takers of the family. Time and again it’s proven that no country can achieve sustainable economic and social prosperity unless women are given equitable opportunities to flourish in all spheres of life. Following this mantra religiously “GoodWorks” trust, a leading female empowerment organization in Noida has taken many vulnerable women under its wings to empower them through string of welfare programs. In order to continue with the humanitarian work for the betterment of society, we as a nation also need to come together to extend our support through making substantial contributions whether through needful donations and otherwise.

 

 

NGO Working for Women Empowerment in Noida

NGO Working for Women Empowerment in Noida

Undoubtedly, the 21st century belongs to the illustrious Indian women as they have come a long way making their remarkable presence felt in all spheres of life. Be it the field of academics, literature science, business, space, technology, politics or the army, women have been successfully proving that they are at par with the men when it comes to matching competence, skills and endurance through their mettle, grit and body of work. Women in India have been seamlessly breaking all the stereotypical thoughts, shattering the glass ceiling and taboos that they are born to be confined within the four walls of the house and less competent than their male counterparts. From Kalpana Chawla to the PT Usha and Indira Nooyi to Dipa Karmakar there are numerous examples of eminent women of Indian nationality and origin calling the shots and making the country proud with their incredible feat and achievements across the globe.

But, sadly as the matter of the fact, women’s empowerment in India paints the contradictory picture. On one hand there is long list of prominent women ruling the roost through their great array of achievements and success whereas on the other hand there are millions of women bravely combating the patriarchal mindsets deeply entrenched in the Indian society. Unfortunately, majority of the Indian women are still struggling to have access to their basic rights like education, food and health. Female empowerment organizations in Noida are pushing the envelopes and setting the new benchmarks when it comes to empowering the women and boosting their self–esteem and shutting down all kind of negativities by providing them free education,skill-based training and other equally important trainings.

In spite of all adversaries and mounting challenges, the NGOs in Noida have come as a whiff of fresh air and have been scrupulously working round the clock for empowering the women coming from the underprivileged and the weaker sections of the society. Women empowerment NGO Noidaspecifically working towards addressing the issues of gender discrimination, fighting for women’s s right as well as breaking socio-economic barriers that deter women from becoming part of mainstream society. The fact of the matter is that empowering women is requisite to the wholesome development of the family, communities and the country at large as educationally and economically empowered women can contribute their skills to the workforce and eventually can make notable contributions towards making a sustainable economy and prosperous country altogether.

In the last century while the world has witnessed a phenomenal spurt as far as women’s economic participation is concerned but, on the contrary, despite India’s booming economy and robust GDP growth, country current female labour force participation rate has plummeted to the dismal20 percent that is sadly lowest in the world.

NGOs based in Noida are particularly working for marginalized women who are victims of domestic violence and all other sorts of abuses. In a pursuit to empower them the female empowerment organizations are facilitating them with six months of rigorous training that largely includes self-defense and moreover, making them aware about their sexual and reproductive rights that needless to say enable them to lead life with dignity and self–respect.
In addition to all these exemplary initiatives, NGOs in Noidaalso emphasize on the importance of women being financially independent. As the changing agents and flag bearers of women empowerment NGOs are conducting skill-based development programs that eventually guarantee them secured livelihood. This in turn also allows them to hold control of their lives.

Indisputably, women all over the world despite, making a great deal of progress continue to face discrimination and violence at all levels but, thanks to the NGOs that are altruistically working towards women empowerment, promoting and instilling a sense of self-worth and making them capable of taking independent decisions and choices to ultimately contributing in making a peaceful and better society altogether.