India’s missing women

This article is not a detailed post but links to various articles relating to India’s missing women and Gender Inequality,  these are collection of articles in that direction.

4 thoughts on “India’s missing women”

  1. almost 87 per cent of the 2014-15 budget of the MWCD was allocated for the Integrated Child Development Services Scheme, leaving only five per cent for schemes exclusively meant for women.

  2. Seven Types of Inequality

    (1) Mortality inequality

    (2) Natality inequality

    (3) Basic facility inequality

    (4) Special opportunity inequality

    (5) Professional inequality

    (6) Ownership inequality

    (7) Household inequality

  3. The report says on average, in 2014, over 96 per cent of the gap in health outcomes, 94 per cent of the gap in educational attainment, 60 per cent of the gap in economic participation and 21 per cent of the gap in political empowerment has been closed.

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