Women, Welfare, and Development: A Source Book
Women constitute half of India's popualtion and contribute to the socio-economic development in a big way. It is necessary that their needs, problems and issue are placed in sharp focous. A beginning was made in 1976 in focusing the country's attention on women development issues when the Report of the committee on status of women was implemented.
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SECTION ONE INTRODUCTION
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agriculture Andhra Pradesh assistance cent Central Social Welfare centres Child Development Commission concerning women creches Delhi Department of Women Devadasi development of women development programmes divorce dowry DWACRA economic employment equality facilities family planning Family Welfare female Five-Year Plan functionaries funds gender bias girls Government of India Hindu hostels implementation Industry institutions Kasturba Gandhi Kerala labour large number legal aid legal literacy Mahila Mandals male Mandals maternal ment mothers number of women Panchayati Raj political problems programmes for women projects purdah Rajasthan role rural areas Rural Development rural women Sati scheme sector Social Welfare Social Welfare Board society socio-economic status of women supporting services Tamil Nadu tion TRYSEM urban voluntary agencies voluntary organisations welfare and development widow woman Women & Child Women and Child women and children Women Development women welfare women workers women's education women's issues women's status