Women Empowerment in Rangamati- an Empirical Study on Chakma and Marma Community

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Title Women Empowerment in Rangamati- an Empirical Study on Chakma and Marma Community
Creator Akhter, Suchana
Sultana, Farha
Bhuiyan , Riadur Rahman
Subject Chakma women
Marma women
Women empowerment
Description This study aims to presents a brief description of the Women Empowerment in Rangamati. On the basis of data collected through a field survey as well as from the secondary sources. This study examines whether the presence of women in the income generating activities of a community is a means of empowerment. The survey covered a random sample of 100 households from both the two communities: Chakma and Marma. The findings show that the Chakma and Marma women are seemingly empowered socially and economically through their involvement in various sectors from very earlier. But they are not recognized properly due to our social system and at the same time in comparison to Marma, Chakma women are in better position both socially and  economically. So, policy should take by the government to patronize these women so that they can get proper education, training, financing for business and policies for overall upbringing the social positions.
Publisher Asian Business Consortium
Date 2020-10-01
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Identifier https://abc.us.org/ojs/index.php/abcra/article/view/488
Source ABC Research Alert; Vol. 8 No. 3 (2020): September-December Issue; 107-114
Language eng
Relation https://abc.us.org/ojs/index.php/abcra/article/view/488/971
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Suchana Akhter, Farha Sultana, Riadur Rahman Bhuiyan

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