International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 3, Part C (2018)
Social issues of tribal women in education, health and unemployment
Poonam Bala and Dr. Ram Pratap Jangu
This paper investigates the issues and challenges among the tribal women in comparison to the non-tribal women in the newly states by drawing upon data from the National family health in terms of standard of living, education and other socio demographic indicators. There is a need for proper understanding of the different health aspects of tribal women and their specific health needs so that relevant health measures can be prepared and implemented, More particularly, there is a need for undertaking a region-specific study of the health of the tribal women, which will make planning for their welfare more successful. In this investigates the maternal health care practices, health condition, education and unemployment among the tribal women in comparison to the tribal women. Education as a means of advancement of capacity, well being and opportunity is uncontested and more so among communities on the periphery. Low literacy rates in tribal communities continue to indicate a need for overarching support that tactless issues from health, education and unemployment of non-tribal population.
How to cite this article:
Poonam Bala and Dr. Ram Pratap Jangu. Social issues of tribal women in education, health and unemployment. International Journal of Applied Research. 2018; 4(3): 168-169.