Social Change that Empowers Women and Prevents Teenage Pregnancy

Social Change that Empowers Women and Prevents Teenage Pregnancy

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Yasmin Puzon started this petition to Women Empowerment Organization and

SOCIAL CHANGE THAT EMPOWERS WOMEN AND PREVENTS TEENAGE PREGNANCY is a campaign that supports women's rights in the community, which then contributes to its development. Women's empowerment can be defined as promoting women's sense of self-worth, their ability to determine their own choices, and their right to influence social change for themselves and others. This kind of empowerment and social change could be the key to achieving a more united, peaceful, and developed world. Women empowerment and promoting their rights have emerged as part of the major global movement and is continuing to break new ground during the previous years. However, despite the great deal of progress, women and girls continue to face violence in every part of the world. In line with this, young ladies of this generation are still experiencing abuse and lack of awareness about their reproduction rights causing the further increase of cases involving teenage pregnancy.

Empowering women is essential to the health and social development of families, communities, and countries. When women are living safe, fulfilled, and productive lives, there is a great of possibility of reaching their full potential. When women can have enough access to education and opportunities, they help fuel sustainable economies, benefit societies, and humanity at large. When empowered women gain opportunities, speak up for their rights, and advocate for their communities, they are able to rise the social standing and feed this into future generations. This campaign does not just promote and empower every woman, but it also causes the positive development of the whole community, nation and the world. 

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