women empowerment

women empowerment
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We are committed to women empowerment  in the local community through education, training and awareness raising. Our work is driven by a belief that when women are supported and empowered to reach their full potential, they can make a positive difference to their family, community and country.

equal access to education

Education is essential for women’s empowerment. When you educate a woman, you are educating her whole family. She will have more opportunities to earn an income and contribute to her community, which can benefit everyone in the long run.

Because education is such an important part of being empowered, it’s crucial that all women have equal access to it — no matter their age or where they live. That’s why we work with organizations like UNESCO and UNICEF that focus on providing education opportunities around the world so that every girl has access to what she needs to succeed in life!

healthy community and environment

As the caretakers of their families, women are often responsible for making sure that their household is healthy and safe. But when women don’t have access to education or healthcare services, they have fewer resources to help them keep their families healthy.

A community that supports women’s health is one that encourages healthy lifestyles through education and access to resources such as healthcare providers and nutritionists. Women can also become more empowered by being aware of what happens in their community—they may notice problems like drug use or poor sanitation before anyone else does. This can lead to positive change within the community, which will ultimately improve everyone’s overall health.

equal right to property and resources

  • Women should have equal rights to property and resources.
  • Women should have equal access to land and property.
  • Women should have equal access to natural resources, such as water, minerals, forests and their produce;
  • Equal legal rights for women in the context of property ownership, inheritance of assets and family law;
  • Equal financial resources (including public funding) in order to achieve gender equality between men and women;
  • Equal educational opportunities for all girls and boys so that they can develop their full potential without discrimination on the basis of sex or gender identity

protection against violence

  • Women’s rights to safety and security
  • Women’s rights to live free of violence
  • Women’s rights to live free of discrimination
  • Women’s rights to live free of exploitation
  • Women’s rights to live free of intimidation
  • Women’s rights to live free of coercion

Empowerment of women at the grass-root level is the key to development of nation, says President

Empowerment of women at the grass-root level is the key to development of nation, says President.

The empowering of women at the community or grass-root level is very important for development as it helps build up local capacity as well as self-reliance, said President Maithripala Sirisena in a message marking International Women’s Day yesterday.

“Women in Sri Lanka have played a major role in our national development process. Our country has seen several female politicians, administrators and professionals over the years,” he said.

He said there was a need to further empower women by providing government services and facilities with equal opportunities so that they can contribute more effectively in their respective fields towards sustainable development goals.”

support women’s rights in community development activities

Women’s rights are human rights.

In a world where women are still fighting for equality, it’s important to remember that the right to be treated as an equal is not a privilege or gift—it’s something that belongs to everyone and should be respected by all.

Women’s rights are a fundamental and universal human right. Gender equality is necessary for economic development, social progress, peace and security, democracy – everything!

Women’s rights are a global issue. Women contribute immensely to society in many ways: through their work in the home; their unpaid caring roles; their roles as teachers and health workers; through producing food; working outside the home on farms; selling goods at markets; raising livestock etc.. Without them we would not have life as we know it today so every woman deserves respect regardless of her background or status in society.

Advocating, Fundraising and Awareness Raising

Women’s rights are human rights. But they remain under attack in many countries, including India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Women’s rights activists are working hard to bring about change, but they need your help!

You can advocate for women’s rights by writing letters to leaders or the media; fundraising for organizations that promote gender equality; and raising awareness about issues affecting women around the world. You can also attend rallies or protests organized by local civil society groups on International Women’s Day (March 8) or other occasions.

Women empowerment is a broad topic that covers many areas

Women empowerment is a broad topic that covers many areas. It is a complex issue, as well as a political, social and economic one. It also includes legal issues that need to be addressed in order to empower women around the globe.

Women empowerment can be approached from different perspectives depending on what specific aspects you want to highlight: it may be an issue of gender equality or human rights; it can also have an environmental aspect or even have a religious dimension if you consider the role played by faith organizations in the process of empowering women.


It is important to understand that women’s empowerment goes beyond just being able to work or get an education. It’s about being able to make decisions over your own life, and having the resources available so that you can make those decisions. This means access to healthcare, childcare if needed, and a safe environment where women feel comfortable going outside on their own without fear of harassment or abuse by others.


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