Dr. Yogita Somani


Abstract:- The overall development of a country, first of all, depends on maximum utilization of its human resources. It has been recognized that no national development can be achieved without proper conditions for women development. The national development of the country is being hampered, the government and many NGOs have made efforts in order to enable empower women’s participation in the development process and to promote their empowerment.

Keywords:- Women empowerment, sustainable development, environment.

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