Assessment of Communication Methods Used in the Campaign for Women Empowerment Ideas in Imo State

Assessment of Communication Methods Used in the Campaign for Women Empowerment Ideas in Imo State CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background of the study             Poverty is the state of not having enough money or material goods to live comfortably. Poverty is defined as a state of being unable to meet one's fundamental necessities. In this regard, significant efforts are being undertaken all over the world to increase the rate of economic growth and development so that it transcends all gender lines. In order to solve the development issue, new horizons for development facilitation have emerged, such as poverty eradication, women's empowerment, and education enhancement. Better Life for Rural Women-BLRW, Family Support Programme-FSP, Family Economic Advancement Programmes-FEAP, and I-CareWomen and Youth Initiatives...

An Evaluation of Empowerment and Its Impact on Women’s Participation in Development Processes in Umuahia

An Evaluation of Empowerment and Its Impact on Women’s Participation in Development Processes in Umuahia CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1    Background Of The Study Women have always been a marginalized minority. This is due to the fact that they do not possess the means of production. As a result, they fall short of their male counterparts. Women have always been on the receiving end of our cultural and religious practices, sex roles, and societal constructs, which have had a significant impact on them from their origin (Enemuo, 2001). According to Eboh (2002), one gender is consistently discriminated against as a result of social structure dysfunctions to the extent that disparities in access to societal social services, resources, property, and wealth are formed, resulting in gender stratification. Gender inequality is ubiquitous, with...

The Influence of Women’s Participation and Empowerment in Development Processes

The Influence of Women’s Participation and Empowerment in Development Processes CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY When Third World feminists coined the phrase "women's empowerment" in the 1970s, it was obviously intended to frame and simplify the struggle for social justice and women's equality through the change of economic, social, and political systems at the national and international levels (Cohen, 2002). While the origins of each woman's helplessness (or power) are numerous and varied, it may be instructive to examine what women share in this regard. According to Enemuo (2001), focusing on women's empowerment as a group demands an investigation of gender relations, or how power exchanges between the sexes are generated and sustained. Men have the most power in male dominated countries, such as Nigeria, over home...
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