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    Today I, stand before you to speak on "Empowering the Girl Child is the Best Way to Empower the Nation" on the occasion of Women’s Day today. I submit that a woman sits at the centre of a family. If she is educated and enlightened about everything she can take the family forward socially, economically...
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  • Educating The Girl Child Is The Best Way To Enpower The Nation
    It is crystal clear that empowering girl child is the need of hour or present day scenario.Education of girl child has been a high priority with the govt.of India.According to the RIGHT TO EDUCATION act,every child of the age of 6-14 years shall have a right to free and compulsory education in a neighbourhood...
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  • Local Body Tax
    bodies. It contributes between 50-70 per cent of the actual revenues of the corporation. The Pune Municipal Corporation collected Rs 1314.27 crores by way of octroi for the financial year 2012-2013, while the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation collected Rs 1200 crores  in the last financial year. ...
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  • Empowerment of Women in India
    sobriquet 'male-chauvinistic nation'. Indian myths describe our country as ‘Mother India’ who is a woman that serves as the mother of every Indian. While such a woman looks after every Indian child, women in general are simply being disregarded at the dominant men's best. But we should not forget that...
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  • Women Are Undervalued
    In Pakistan the story of a woman's deprivations start even before her birth, because the girl-child is not a particularly 'wanted' child. Her life is a journey of subordination. When she is young her father decides for her on matters ranging from whether she will get any education, to the all important...
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  • Global Diversity and Cultural Differences, Tools to Be Leveraged For Business Success Rather Than Obstacles to Be Overcome
    right to choose where and how we live should be the same no matter what country you live in. “As a basic human right, women should be able to have a child safely and with good quality of care. The human rights system, laws, policies, conventions must be used to hold states accountable for obligations undertaken...
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  • Girl Child Education
    Girl Child Education (GCE): A statement of FACTS By Dr Osita Excellence O. Oleribe. President, Anti-Child Abuse Society of Africa (ACASA), Abuja, Nigeria; being a paper presented at NYSC/ACASA organized community awareness campaign on Girl Child Education in Katcha, Katcha LGA, Niger state, Nigeria...
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  • Empower Girl Child
    _________ United Nations Division for the Advancement of Women (DAW) in collaboration with UNICEF Expert Group Meeting Elimination of all forms of discrimination and violence against the girl child UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre Florence, Italy, 25-28 September 2006 Girl child empowerment: A challenge...
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  • child marriage
    Solutions to End Child Marriage WHAT THE EVIDENCE SHOWS Anju Malhotra Ann Warner Allison McGonagle Susan Lee-Rife ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON WOMEN (ICRW) For 35 years, ICRW has worked to empower women, advance gender equality and fight poverty in the developing world...
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  • Women Empowerment
    not allowed to excise their right to vote and express their liking in the development of the country or state. They have no say in politics of the nation as it is believed it’s not their area of expertise or interest they should restrict themselves to household work and give birth to children and raise...
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  • Women Empoernment
    achieving women’s advancement and an end in itself as an indicator of advancement. The concept of empowerment is defined and understood in diverse ways. The international women’s movement initially used it within the “women in development” (WID) paradigm.5 In this context, empowerment was conceptualized...
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  • Status of Women
    combined to keep our women down. In Pakistan the story of a woman's deprivations start even before her birth, because the girl-child is not a particularly 'wanted' child. Her life is a journey of subordination. When she is young her father decides for her on matters ranging from whether she will...
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  • Gender and Development
    Gender Equality is the basic principle of democracy and an important parameter for sustainable development. Since the establishment of United Nations Gender Equality is recognized as a human right. In the past quarter century ,there has been great development in gender equality at national and global...
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  • Thesis on Empower Women Through Micro Credit Programmes
    externalities such as increased self-esteem. This paper addresses the challenging issue of whether self-help micro credit programmes are tools for empowering poor women. 'Micro credit is about much more than access to money. It is about women gaining control over the means to make a living...
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  • boychild empowerment
    society to support endeavors to educate the boy child, even as it advocates girl child education. “Having done so much for the girl child, what do we do for the boy child who seems to be lagging behind? I personally think that it is time we encouraged the boy child in his education to bring a balance into proportion...
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  • Undp Women
    INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO PROMOTING I NNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO PROMOTING WOMEN ’ S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT WOMEN’S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT United Nations Development Programme 304 East 45th Street New York, NY www.undp.org/women/ September 2008 ISBN 978-92-1-136228-5 PAPER FOR THE PARTNERSHIP...
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  • Essay
    will certainly not lose their reward."  - Matthew 10:42 Sponsor a Child Sponsorship Programs Help a deserving child have hope for a better future by sponsoring a child through Open Arms International. 1. Sponsor a residential child at Open Arms Village as a "Partner Parent" for $55 per month. Partner...
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  • Development Perspective
    15 4.6 Policy Advocacy & Enabling Environment……………………………………………………… 16 4.7 Legislative and Legal Instruments Advocacy……………………………………………………. 17 4.8 Girl Child…………………………………………………………………………………………. 18 4.9 Information Right………………………………………………………………………………… 19 5.0 GENERAL OBSERVATIONS……………………………………………………………….....
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  • Women Empowerment
    Society provides free of cost sewing machines to help the widows to be self independent and training in beauty care, stitching and computer operations to girls from economically backward strata. "Empowerment of women is the key device which enables them to resurrect their status multifariously in the society...
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  • Empowering Women Rebuilding the Society
    9/5/13 Empowering Women Rebuilding the Society Home Contact Site Map Save to Favourites R e com m e nd this Site | Se t as Hom e Page | | Advertise with us Search Notice Board CS Mains Exams- UPSC Modify Answer Pattern [New ] Civil Services (Main) Exam from 1st - 5th Dec [New...
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