(a) Women who increase their control over their work at home and outside the home in advantageous position for achieving empowerment. The mutual support in work setting in and outside home is playing an important role to women empowerment through out the work.
(b) Women can become independent in their families and empowered in various social settings. Family pressure subordinate women and they will be able to maintain correspondingly more control.
(c) Women can develop their own religious belief and they will be motivated to work toward their equality and well being of all.
(d) Increased knowledge of women will able to empowers women and develop their own personality.
(e) Women mutual support is necessary for empowerment. Women have to develop their potential and make fullest possible contribution of society.
Giving the importance of female leadership in community and grassroots level organisation, non-governmental organisation have been identified the key factor in empowering women and ensuring that the accurate knowledge of their true situation, of their actual and potentials role and obstacles to their economic participation reflected the design of economy wide policies.
This empowerment of women stresses the capacity of women to increase their self-reliance and internal strength. The empowerment approach to women advancement in developing countries like India recognizes that the patriarchal structure of subordination must addressed through women’s organisation at grassroots level.
They can facilitate bottom up change by providing a softball mechanism to raise women’s consciousness about their subordination. Becoming aware of women position in society and transferring skill to enable women to gain access to education, health care, employment are key component in many women empowerment programmes...