Empowering Women
Saloni Bibvekar

E- Learning:

Wong, A and all (2020) has done great for women like Workplace-based training and development programs which were necessary to help individuals enhance their skills and knowledge, adapt to societal change and advance their careers. One way to approach this need for women is to offer Leaders for Work-Integrated e-Learning learning training such as women leadership programs, they also designed equipment to women with leadership and business development skills. These programs help women progress into senior management and board positions by focusing on the development of self-awareness as well as leadership skills, building strong networks, undertaking challenging assignments, improving self-confidence, and acquiring work life balance skills. Further, research has shown that women who participate in company-initiated training and development activities are less likely to leave their jobs, which motivate women to work with more dedication. They were also asked to share their perceptions of the key aspects of future female leaders and the role and impact of cultural interaction and social networks in women’s leadership.

International Day:
In the Arab countries, women are among the most marginalized energies in the development process, despite the urgent need include them in development plans and processes and to integrate them in their particular work that aim to improve the quality of life and establish a better environment and to move ahead with self-respect. For this they have decided that , women’s freedom has become one of the Arab world’s strategic goals for the advancement of human development and the liberalization of women’s capabilities , the Saudi government has been keen on supporting the role of Saudi women, but for this also they have to face many challenges to achieve much success in empowering them in several fields. Which is in alignment with UNESCO’s sustainable development plan and goals, aims to develop women’s talents, invest in the unlimited capabilities of women and provide them with the opportunity to enhance their future and the ability to contribute to the development of Saudi society and economy, thinking about women empowerment on this celebration they come to know in mind that women represent 50% of university graduates in Saudi Arabia. (2021). Sustainability, 13(4), 2385

humanitarian leaders:

Patel, P (2020). The World Humanitarian Day on 19 August 2019 was dedicated to women, they have made important contributions to strengthening health systems, improving evidence and humanitarian interventions as well as in documenting human rights abuses, they highlighted the unbalanced health outcomes of marginalized groups, and bringing vital knowledge and intervention gaps to global attention. Women’s representation and engagement in leadership roles would put women’s issues at the front of the global agenda, challenge the traditional hierarchies of knowledge and power by highlighting undervalued and unrecognised knowledge, and also advocate for more inclusive, diverse and representative decisions. Therefore, rebalancing unequal power in the workplace by having more women leaders would improve organisational performance and revenues. Evidence from sectors such as the development, barriers are that they were at one point not treated properly and was discouraged and were not paid for their works and many more wrong things were taking place which results in low confidence. But changing the life of women and looking forward for them has lighten many lives.

The COVID-19 pandemic:

Every day in our daily life to maintain ourselves and our family depends on our economic and social status and personal family situation, but might include raising children, cooking, cleaning, fetching water and firewood, caring for elderly relatives, shopping, as well as mental tasks such as planning schedules and performing emotional labour such as tending family relationships in this work how the time and money goes is not remembered. While women were already doing most of the world’s unpaid care work prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Power, K. (2020) emerging research suggests that the crisis and its subsequent shutdown response have resulted in a dramatic increase in this burden. It is likely that the negative impacts for women and families will last for years without proactive interventions. The paid economy has slowed not only because people are physically not allowed into workplaces, but also because many families currently need to raise and educate their children without institutional support, which is reducing remunerated working hours and increasing stress.

Farming System:

Farming is the main livelihood of a majority of people in India. Comparison were done between the two data related to fruit, vegetables etc, that how much it is consumed Agricultural research and related policies in developing countries like India have largely focused on building a food environment that can assure staple food production and availability for a growing population. The discussion was conducted with women, as they are “responsible for household food preparation and child care”, and also keeping in mind the importance of nutrition status of adolescent girls as future mothers. They used to take care of their farms a lot and used to calculate the amount of crop grown in this year. In this they have been described about many villages and their farming styles and percentage of their quantity of crop grown. The central objective was to study the feasibility of a location-specific FSN (Farming System for Nutrition) approach to improve household dietary diversity. Pradhan, A. and all (2021)

Age-Friendly:
The WHO published an age-friendly cities guideline that was accompanied by a checklist of essential features of age-friendly cities. It was based on the results of the WHO Global Age-Friendly Cities project consultation in 33 cities in 22 countries. They report in 2018 with the subtitle “Looking back over the last decade, looking forward to the next” it means that whatever has happen in our past we have to keep that lesson but the focus should be towards the future that how we can brighten our future, by providing a wider scope that provides a more diverse set of recommendations for practice and future work . There are eight domains of an age-friendly city, specifically social participation, communication and information, civic participation and employment, housing, transportation, community support and health services, outdoor spaces and buildings, and respect and social inclusion. They then described how this co-creation method can add to specific knowledge about the needs and wishes of older people about the improvement and/or preservation of their environment. 18(4), 1644 (2021)

Tourism Destination:

The Claudia-Elena Țuclea and all (2021) have done the searching on the safety of tourism towards their destination. This model includes the varieties of different behavioural aspects related to the role social media has in travel planning, as well as for evaluating the health safety of a tourism destination. The main findings suggest that the trust in social media for tourism information made people become more interested in communicating through this means and to consider it more useful throughout the travel planning process. When choosing a travel destination, the more focused of the tourist used to be on social media for different rates and varieties. It was very useful of social media in travel planning has a significant influence to choose a tourism destination. As the importance assigned to the health safety of tourism destination increases, social media plays a more active role in travel by creating trust in this means in order to obtain sanitary safety information. People that intend to use social media for finding information on the health safety of a tourism destination are more likely to choose that destination for their vacation. This has increased the tourism attraction more towards the social media because without going anywhere all information in detail is to be available.

ICT:

This Pandemic situation and lockdown had forced the education system to make use of ICT tools as an alternative to continue studies. It is observed that the ICT are widely used in many countries in the domains of medical, science, learning etc both in the regular as well as It is observed that the ICT this online mode of world has change a lot and has brought many updating among resources, the nature of the subject, and behavioural traits of the learners in the world had forced the governments across the globe to impose lockdown situation due to which all the activities pertaining to industrial, services, offices, banking, financial services, social, educational institutions etc. Out of the various platforms available for the users, Zoom and Google Meet were the highest searched applications by the teachers and students, office meetings which emerged as a feasible solution to the prevailing situation and also in this pandemic major number of women are familiar with online sources and they are to start they knew life by starting something new business or some other work. Irrinki, M. K. (2021).

Women Wellbeing:

Yadav, B. P. and all (2020) 981(2) are talking about the Women which are entitled to the metropolises, which means they can go free wherever they want, whether it’s education or any other place where women want to go. But because of the embarrassment and abuse of the very unknown eyes of these women, they feel uncomfortable at their workplaces, shopping malls etc. there is Lack of security or practical impact on women’s lives this is the main reason for harassing girls. And that’s the reason in spite of everything some where they have to be in limits or have to take care of their own and as an analysis of the collection shows that the names of men and women in Indian metropolises are against erotic nuisance and the immoral behaviour of some males who are painful to walk liberally. As on social media Data set by Twitter on the security prestige of women in Indian society Developing data analysis techniques. And as It is the society’s responsibility to accept the need for women’s protection and to recognize that women have the same rights as men in the city, somewhat commanding on women who run the society.

Health indicators:

Wang, M. (2021) has Monitor the health status of adolescents has it is important because health matters as a direct determinant of subsequent productivity and later well-being. Throughout childhood and adolescence, school education becomes a central component of life, building strong foundations for young people’s personal, social and overall well-beings into the adulthood. Cumulative of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the adolescents are comparable to the children but relatively lower than the adult and senior groups. Findings on the health indicators of adolescents until 2019 it has revealed the most recent status for reference right before the hit of ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Progresses has made on the various health as well as the associated disparity and inequality underlie the remaining gaps to fill for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

Conclusion:

Empowering women plays a vital role in today’s world, if women are encouraged and taught to do things they can do easily and can change the whole world. There shouldn’t be comparison between men and women all should be treated equally, in each and every paragraph about women self-standing in short is important for her own and around her. People will treat bad but from that women should come strongly out and should face the world by feeling proud on herself. This covid19 pandemic has worsen the life and schedule of people everywhere. Many people have lost their beautiful life. And due to everything is virtual all systems of working or studying or buying selling has been done online from different social media sites. As we know agriculture is very important and major part of life, in that also due to bad weather the crops are getting spoiled the prices are rising there is losses from every side. And by comparing each year the data or percentage varies in huge differences. So, we should pay attention and try to improve each situation has nothing is impossible if we try. Comparing about ages then there is more need for old people they need more love and care they should also get their own freedom of leaving. Now a day’s tourism is also increasing because of social media as everything is online, they can easily track or can get information safely where their destination is.

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