Women's Empowerment in South Asia - 
      Pranab Panday

Women's Empowerment in South Asia

NGO Interventions and Agency Building in Bangladesh

Economic development in the poorest countries often makes better progress when women become involved in, and take a lead in, development projects. Encouraging women's involvement, however, is often a major difficulty in societies where traditionally women's status has been inferior and where women are expected to be domestic and passive. Les mer
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Economic development in the poorest countries often makes better progress when women become involved in, and take a lead in, development projects. Encouraging women's involvement, however, is often a major difficulty in societies where traditionally women's status has been inferior and where women are expected to be domestic and passive. This book, based on extensive original research, considers major projects undertaken by non-governmental organisations in Bangladesh to encourage women's participation. The book identifies the factors which motivated women to be active, discusses how women achieved the level of capacity and knowledge to enable them to serve their communities appropriately, assesses the major difficulties and recommends how empowerment projects can be improved in future. The book concludes that established institutions and traditional customs are often the greatest barrier to women's participation.
1. Setting the Scene
2. NGOs in Agency Building and Women Empowerment: State Substitutes in a Neo-Liberal World
3. NGOs in Bangladesh
4. Getting Women heard
5. Transformation of Power: A Wave of Change
6. People Change The System
7. Conclusion
Pranab Panday is Professor of Public Administration at the University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh.