The Women Empowerment Uganda Females Require

By Stephanie Smith


It is not easy to bare the load of a woman. They have been taken for granted by men throughout the centuries, however, things are changing and will hopefully get better as time goes by. Women have always suffered abuse at the hands of their husbands, especially those from developing countries. Females are degraded and robbed of an education and in these countries and this is a cycle that does not seem to have an end. There should be more programs like the women empowerment Uganda is currently offering their females.

It is females various parts of the world that have to undergo this abuse from men. It is more worse in under developed countries, as females are perceived more as personal slaves to their husbands, than wives and equal partners in the home. This stereotype did not just develop overnight but is the results of centuries and decades of being indoctrinated.

Abuse can take various forms and does not only refer to physical abuse. It can also refer to emotional or mental abuse. Most females in these developing countries are married of while they are still below the legal age to be married or engage in intercourse. However, it is more an issue of moral degeneration.

This type of women abuse happens in various countries around the world. It doesn't matter whether is a third world country or a first world country. The only difference is that it is done much more subtly in first world countries as compared to how openly it is done in these developing countries. However, it is still abuse irrespective of how it is cloaked.

Although mankind has made massive strides with regards to science, technology and medical history, men still remain primitive in various areas of social behavior. They still treat females as objects of slavery and pleasure and not as they partners and equals in life. Females who live in societies like these are constantly humiliated and ridiculed, although they are mothers and wives.

The most astounding thing about females is that irrespective of how badly they are treated and how much abuse they go through, be it emotional, mental or physical abuse, they still rise above their circumstances. No matter how many times they get knocked down, they still rise up, dust themselves off and keep moving. One of the most amazing things is that their children are the motivation behind their resiliency.

Although there are quite a few programs offering services to females, suffering with abuse from their husbands or other family members, many of them are still afraid to speak out. It appears that they are afraid of being beaten or cast out if this is brought to the attention of the men in their family. So many of them suffer in silence.

However, if you know of any females that are going through any abuse, you should let them know that help is out there for those who want it. You should speak to them and appeal to their self worth and courage and let them know that hey need to stand up and put an end to the abuse, for the sake of their children.




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