49.6% of all population in the world are females.
Empowering women in the economy and closing gender gaps in the world of work are key to achieving the 2030 Agenda for World Sustainable Development.
When more women work, economies grow.
Increasing women’s and girls’ educational attainment contributes to women’s economic empowerment and more inclusive economic growth.
Women’s economic equality is good for business.
According to World Economic Forum, Global Gender Gap Index, 2020 of the gender gap closed to date:
The Global Gender Gap Index 69%
Health and Survival subindex 97%
Educational Attainment subindex 96%
Economic Participation and Opportunity subindex 58%
Some of our Projects are addressing this segment.
Political Empowerment subindex 25%
Note: Population-weighted averages, including the 153 economies featured in the Global Gender Gap Index 2020.
Being a woman is a huge privilege and tremendous responsibility.
Women have a power and a duty to educate young boys to be respectful, kind and grow to be True Men!
The academics concluded, “The hypothesis that the survival advantage of women has fundamental biological underpinnings is supported by the fact that under very harsh conditions females survive better than males even at infant ages when behavioral and social differences may be minimal or favor males.”
That is some serious Women Power!