Women and Economy
Policies that are made in the favor of family and especially for women are always in the best interests of the socio-economic development of a country. By applying women’s rights and family-oriented policies at the heart of public planning and budgeting, the economy can perform better. Political and policy considerations have always been male-centric and skewed toward the male-oriented model. Women at the center of society have a lot to offer to address the many crises afflicting our nation. Women in Pakistan are uneducated, malnourished, acknowledgeable, unpaid and undocumented for their labor. Lack of access to education, financial means and her fundamental rights, she is prone to exploitation and vulnerable to violence. If a man wants to keep the 101m women-as per the census-unprivileged, he actually affects his own family and future heirs. Equitable arrangements are the dire need of the hour. 2 key areas: lack of financial inclusion and persistently, high level of violence against women are yearning for the immediate solution in the wake of getting the women condition better. Women are capable of stimulating entrepreneurial activity on the grounds of micro-finance. Women spend and save prudently. I feel no hesitation in postulating the hypothesis that women are wiser than men. Sometimes, she plays a dumb role just because she is allegedly kept underexposed and is denied the same opportunity as a man. Without any robust legal and social protection, women’s progress in economic, political and social affairs will be hampered, and we will as a nation would keep bearing the brunt of our deeds.