The impact of gender inequality campaing on accessibility of employment in employment
Said Ali Abdi, Dr. Willy Muturi, Dr. Hellen Mberia
The study was concern the impact of gender inequality campaign on the accessibility of the employment in puntland. It also focuses the problems caused by the gender inequality and how we can overcome it. It also shows the consequence of gender inequality and how it affects the women. If this trend does not change, women are going to fall victims of this inequality. This hindered both social and economic development which was render government efforts to develop women useless if the masses are not sensitized an equal employment and ownership of productive resources among all genders. Research design stands for advance planning of the methods to be adopted for collecting relevant data, the techniques to be used in their analysis, keeping in view the objective of the research and availability of resources like time and money (Kothari, 1995). Accordingly, the time dimension for this research is cross-sectional study. From different types of research designs, descriptive type of research design were being employed for the realization of intended objectives. Because, the descriptive research design is a fact finding study with adequate and `accurate interpretation of findings. Furthermore, it allows describing both qualitative and quantitative approaches (Kothari, 2004). It was concluded that these NGOs faced a lot of challenges in doing their work which included financial constraints, lack of government support, cultureless and religious obstacles, and low education of women among others. This led the researcher concludes that there is impact of the sources of gender inequality campaign on accessibility of employment in puntland. Finally Women should come up to fight for their rights and avoid the fear of exposing their challenges so that they will get education and leave ignorance.
Said Ali Abdi, Dr. Willy Muturi, Dr. Hellen Mberia. The impact of gender inequality campaing on accessibility of employment in employment. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Education and Research, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2017, Pages 50-57