WOMEN EMPOWERMENT DIMENSION THROUGH AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITY AND HOME MANAGEMENT IN BALOCHISTAN
Keywords:women, empowerment, agricultural, home management, Balochistan.
Present research was carried out in the district Mastung Balochistan province, Pakistan, so as to determine the female role in the agricultural activities and home management. One hundred (100) respondents were selected in the three tehsils i.e. Dasht, Kardigap and Mastung by using the simple random sampling. The results shows that the It has been observed that the most of the husbands were illiterate (13%), most (28%) of the husband were belonging to the age group of 31-40 year. The results further depicted that the group perceptions with the term of agriculture activities were found significant five out of three categories about. However, the group perceptions with the term of home management were found significant five out of two categories. Based on achieved results following recommendation put forward. Socio-economic condition and prestige of female should be heightened at the society level in order to reinforce on the grounds of egalitarianism, human rights and societal fairness. The Maneuvering contribution of the female should be boosted so as to encourage female for the agricultural activities and home development process.
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