What Pakistan has done for gender equality?

Pakistan has adopted a number of key international commitments to gender equality and women’s human rights – the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Beijing Platform for Action, the Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women, and the Sustainable Development Goals.

How can we solve gender inequality in Pakistan?

Solutions to Gender Inequality

1. Provide equal Opportunity (Parity) 2. Promote education, training and professional development for women.

How is Pakistan ranked in the world for gender equality?

Despite promises by Prime Minister Imran Khan to provide equal opportunities for women, Pakistan has been ranked 153rd out of 156 countries on gender inequality, according to the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Global Gender Gap Report 2021, released on Wednesday.

Is there gender inequality in Pakistan?

The Gender Development Index value for Pakistan is 0.750 which places it amongst the lowest in the South Asian region. Pakistan’s Gender Inequality Index rank is 133 out of 160 countries, as of 2017.

What are some examples of gender inequality in Pakistan?

Pakistani women are more than half of the total population, but women are treated cold-heartedly within their homes by their partners or leading males through different ways like Domestic Violence, Sawara, Vani, Karo, Kari, killings based on honor, acid throwing, forced marriages etc.

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Which country has the lowest gender inequality index?

According to the Gender Inequality Index (GII) 2020, Yemen was the least gender equal country in the world.

What is Pakistan’s literacy rate?

Background. The current literacy rate of Pakistan is 62.3 which mean that an estimated population of 60 million is illiterate in the country.

Why does Pakistan have a low HDI?

Pakistan has a Gender Inequality Index value of 0.541. It roughly loses 3.73pc of the HDI value due to gender inequality. There are disparities across all three dimensions of human development. Similarly, women’s access to health facilities is much lower as compared to that of men.