International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 6, Issue 9, Part A (2020)
The empowerment of women with disabilities fostering towards independent lives in an inclusive society
The present purpose of this study is to define the empowerment of women with disabilities fostering towards independent lives in an inclusive society. Empowerment of women with disabilities is fundamentally the process of improvement of social, economic, cultural, and political standing of women, the frequently disadvantaged, abandoned ones, in an inclusive society. The important goal of this study is to control the committed feelings of women with disabilities over realizing previous supposed measured women empowerment model. Empowerment of Women with disabilities is the most challenging pace and prevailing the outline of her life and society. The envisioned strategy regarding women with disabilities in an empowerment model, which will empower women to improve their self-confidence, character, and influence in all scopes of life. When women with disabilities are rightly empowered to produce, accumulate means, and improve their economic safety, they progress competence for employment preserve and extent the group of capacities and human assets available in a nation. Empowering women with disabilities is the best forceful instrument for progress of the society as well as for poverty decline. Women with disabilities are educated and have been given an occasion, have shown that they better in their occupations and livelihoods. This study further will establish women’s economic progress to appear the favorable effects on maintaining the universal goal of empowerment challenges of women with disabilities in an inclusive society. In this opinion, this study will express the right evidence and significance and need for empowering women with disabilities for having independent lives in an inclusive society.
How to cite this article:
Fr. Baiju Thomas. The empowerment of women with disabilities fostering towards independent lives in an inclusive society. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(9):29-34.