On the occasion of International Women's Day on March 8th, the NWE Organization announced the results of a conducted survey
On the occasion of International Women's Day on March 8th, the NWE Organization, held a press conference at the NWE Hall in the Halabja province to announce the results of a comprehensive survey conducted on the status of women employed in the market and in domestic work that supported by Women Empowerment Organization.
The primary goal of the survey was to shed light on the challenges faced by women working in the market and in their homes, and to identify the barriers that prevent them from achieving their full potential. The survey aimed to provide a clear picture of the situation of women in these areas, and to highlight the steps that can be taken to support and empower them.
The survey was conducted over a period of 12 days and included a diverse group of women from different age groups, ethnicities, and socioeconomic backgrounds. The women were asked a range of questions about their experiences working in the market and in domestic work, including their working conditions, wages and hours of work.
The findings of the survey were concerning, highlighting the pervasive gender discrimination and inequality that women continue to face in these areas. The results revealed that women are often paid less than their male counterparts for the same work.