Women Empowerment In Saudi Arabia

Women Empowerment

Empowerment is defined in multiple ways. Here, we are talking about women empowerment, it is the most crucial point to be noted for the overall development of the world since it enhances both the quantity & quality of human resources available for the development. Women are empowered when they are able to access the opportunities available to them without limitations & restrictions, such as; in education, profession & lifestyle. Women empowerment is about allowing them to make life-determining decisions through the different aspects of life and also in different problems in society.

In Saudi Arabia, women’s empowerment is vital for the kingdom’s vision of 2030 reforms. This vision has helped a lot in empowering within the context of family. They mark the beginning of real change. When you empower a woman within her family & help her to be a real mother to her children & not treat her like a child but as a fully legal citizen, that is called empowerment.

“Today, women are in charge of their children, manage their affairs & apply for passports and finalize all transactions.  These are the wonderful messages that bring positive reactions at the local and global levels.”

Beautiful ladies, in the garden of life, you are the gardener. Beautify in the way you please. Don’t concentrate on other’s gardens. Always believe that you aren’t perfect because there is always scope for you to build yourself. It sounds demotivating or absurd, but always keep space in your mind and heart for compassion, love & knowledge.

Women empowerment is about gender equality which is essential for our society to ensure the sustainable development of the country. It is widely believed that the participation of both men and women is crucial for the overall development of the nation.

Women’s economic empowerment refers to the ability of women to enjoy their right to control and benefit from the resources, assets, income  & their own time,  as well as the ability to manage risk and improve their economic status & wellbeing.

By Sabiha A. Rahman 

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