Women Empowerment

By: Serwish Rabnawaz

Empowering women isn’t just a unforgettable slogan , In social and economic success of nations Women Empowerment is the key factor. In succees of a women everyone benefits. Women’s rights and gender equality have in progress and come a long way. In Women’s empowerment is process to empower our women. Women’s empowerment means accepting and allowing womens who are on the outside of the decision-making process into it. Women’s empowerment is the most important point to be noted for the progression and development of our country. Many celebrities are role model for girl power such as Liza Koshy and Lilly Singh (who has her own late night show and has won many awards and also raised money for girl love and other charities) “This puts a strong impact on girls to participat and emphasis on participation in political structures and formal commitmentmaking in the economic sphere and, on the ability to obtain an income that enables participation in economic decision-making.” Women Empowerment is the process that gives power to Womens over their own lives, society, and in their communities. Womens are empowered when they are able to access the opportunities available to them without limitations and restrictions such as i education, profession and lifestyle. Feeling entitled to make your own decisions creates a sense of empowerment. Empowerment includes the action of raising the status of women through education, raising awareness, refinement, and training and also give training related to defense our self . Women’s empowerment is all about equipping and allowing women to make lifedetermining decisions through the different problems in society. “The empowered woman is powerful beyond measure and beautiful beyond description”
POWER OF A WOMEN: Khalida . I rent a house in the suburbs of Lahore with my family. I work to support my children and to give them a better life. I have four daughters and two sons and, sadly, my husband passed away a year ago. Two of my children work with me at HSNDS and my daughter works alongside me in the female unit. We have been working here collectively for three years. I wake up in the early hours of the morning and after offering a prayer, I prepare breakfast for my children who attend school nearby. I travel by public transport for about an hour and I reach the office by 8:00 am to start my working day. I joined HSNDS three years ago; however, I started my professional career nine years ago in a cardigan and pullover manufacturing facility. I am the main breadwinner of our family. With my monthly income I can easily manage my expenses, including the education of my younger children. I work in a comfortable and safe space completely managed and staffed by women. We have all the resources that we need to get the job done; such as, separate washrooms, chillers in the summer season, comfortable seating, a beautiful stitching hall, professional development training, and health and safety guidelines. I also appreciate the positive attitude and management style of our senior management. When I first sought outsde employment, I was not very confident and did not feel that I could support my family. Initially, my family and friends discouraged me frompursuing a career, but I had noother choice than to continue working. I am grateful for the seprate female unit and the confidence that I gained through my employment with HSNDS. I am becoming more assertive and professional every single day. At HSNDS, it’s all about learning new techniques and skills to become more efficient. Luckily, we are under the supervision of a highly skilled team of professionals that continue to help us in developing our abilities. We are also being trained by our health and safety department to prevent and respond to emergencies.I have a dream to build my own house for my family. I want to see my children grow to be successful adults. I also hope to prepare my girls for marriage, which is a huge part of our culture. However, once they are married, I want to see them happy and independent. I never want my children to face the same struggles that I did. I have always risen above any challenges set in front of me, be it a financial crisis or biased social behavior. I always have faith and perseverance. I want my children to work hard and to have faith, too. I believe there are no shortcuts in life and I am very grateful for everything I have received in my life. We must face each challenge wisely. We must not rely on anyone else. It’s only you who can conquer your battle. We, being powerful women, must know our rights and release the power we have within us. Never lose hope, stay focused and keep moving