The female gender before now has been looked down on, deprived of many opportunities accorded to their male counterparts. Not anymore, the world is opening up to females taking over. Women making differences in the society and accomplishing great things.
The impact of the women all over the world has been felt, most especially in Africa. Jobs of women have guaranteed the soundness, progress and long haul improvement of countries.
Universally, women contain 43 percent of the world’s agrarian workforce, ascending to 70 percent in certain nations. For example, across Africa, 80% of the rural creation comes from little ranchers, the majority of whom are females.
As soon as a female child is born, she begins training to become a homemaker, a mother and an educator. Most of her life is centered on her obligation to her family and nothing more. If a child is not properly behaved, the mother is blamed. Much load on the formation of the child is largely dependent on the mother or should I say such is the belief.
As homemakers, women are portrayed as being inalienably preferred homemakers over their male partners. A woman is expected to clean the home, cook for the household, respect her husband and her in-laws as well as cater for everybody. The possibility that the woman is in charge of the house is the only place power isn’t denied her. In other aspects of her life, she is seen as a secondary figure.
Mothers are the essential overseers of their children and every other person. Worldwide investigations show that when the economy and political association of a general public change, women take the lead in assisting the family with changing real factors and difficulties. They are probably going to be the superb initiator of outside help, and assume a significant part in encouraging positive changes and divert negative changes in day to day life.
Education is important for the growth of the country and irrefutably, the role of the female gender. Fundamental training is vital to a country’s capacity to create and accomplish manageability targets. The mother is in charge of equipping the children with basic knowledge on how to be good citizens and make good decisions. The early stages of the child make or mar the input of such individual later on in society.
Aside from these attributes, the female gender has fought through and has/is gaining grounds on specific areas in which she was previously denied and forbidden. In the areas of; politics, social development, economic sector and nation-building. Women now have a voice in the world and are not afraid to break bounds.
When we think of a woman, we don’t imagine a frail, fragile weak gender, incapable of making decisions and becoming successful, instead we see strong individuals who are capable of making as much input as the men.
Women in business are women making economic decisions for the betterment of the states. Women who are Chief Executive Officers, Women who are Managing Directors, women who take active part in politics, as well as hold Political positions. Women who are inventors and innovative.
Women in business are women who:
- Perform 66% of the world’s work, produce 50% of the food
- There are around 187 million businesses overall and they are owned by women.
- Women who own probably some of 32-39% of all private organizations in the advanced countries.
- A larger number of ladies are business visionaries, constantly presenting advancements with new items and administrations as opposed to their male counterparts.
- undertakes exercises (business or modern) to create income, job opportunities and deals by using a blend of human, monetary, scholarly and actual capital with a view to make profit.
All over the world, women are proving that if given the opportunity, they are worth more. In the light of events, the world is warming up to these possibilities.
Take for example, when you search the name Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, what follows is the 7th Director-General of the World Trade Organization. She is the first female to assume this position; this shows the readiness of the world to embrace the female gender.
Another remarkable feat in recent time is that of USA vice president, Kamala D. Harris. The list goes on and can even be better.
In terms of evolutionary impact, we have women like the late Jane Cooke Wright who made a lasting impact in the medical field by overseeing the use of Chemotherapy with the use of a drug to treat cancer of the breast and skin respectively.
Katharine Cook Briggs and her daughter, who invented the psychological test.
This might be cliché, but I will use it anyway. What a man can do, a woman can do better. #BeLikeNgozi