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"In view of the close association that occurs between ecological problems
and those of societal and economic origin. It is impossible to detach the
human and environmental facets of development, which are connected both by
the cumulative effects of social relations and actions that influence the
Ecology and by the impact of ecological changes on society.
It is observed that countries of the world are witnessing the collapse of a
development style that is detrimental to Ecology and nurtures inequality
among people. It is becoming crystal clear that mankind must in the
direction of a new style of development based on sustainability and equity.
For any country, achieving gender equality and empower all women and girls
is vital. UN underlines the same in Sustainable Development Goals to
transform our world. According to the United Nations, `about 2/3rd of the
countries in the developing world have attained gender equality in
elementary education. In Southern Asis, 74 girls were registered in primary
school for every 100 boys in 1990. By 2012, the admission quotients were
the same for girls and boys. In sub-Saharan Africa, Oceania and Western
Asia, girls still face difficulty to enter primary and secondary school.
Women in Northern Africa account for less than 1 in 5 paid jobs in the
manufacturing and service sector. The share of women in paid jobs outside
the primary sector has increased from 35% in 1990 to 41% in 2015. In 46
nations, women have control over mor than 30% of seats in national
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