new Delhi. Corona infection has affected not only the health of the people but also their lives. Especially in the lives of women, Corona influenced economic, social, psychological, transportation, environment, family relationships. The results of the survey conducted on women during the Corona period have now been revealed by the Rashtriya Sevika Samiti, according to which the results showed that 74% of the women in the Corona period were financially affected. Women faced challenges, but many women turned this disaster into an opportunity.
The committee asked questions from women across the country during the lockdown i.e. from 25 June to 4 July. The survey was conducted among 17000 women in 567 districts in 28 states. All India Taruni chief Bhagya Shri Sathe said that this survey based on discussions with 17 thousand women reveals unique aspects of their lives. A book based on the report of this survey has been prepared and released on Tuesday. He told that many women turned this disaster into an opportunity, some women started the work of making masks and some women took up their home with savings.
He said that this service done during lockdown also shows their understanding of women’s problems in all the provinces of India and their resolving power, dealing with odd situations with patience and restraint. The Rashtriya Sevika Samiti submitted the report of the survey to Union Minister for Women and Child Welfare Smriti Irani. This survey revealed many things like the young people learned about the traditional lifestyle of saving money, got a chance to live with the whole family during the time of Corona, people connected back to their culture, people organized yoga, pranayam Tried to live the routine.
Similarly, middle class women faced problems regarding ration, medicines, rent, clothes, children’s fees and transportation. The women had to face a lot of problems especially about their health, especially during menstruation and studies. His mental health was also adversely affected. She could not share her problems with anyone in her family. Since the studies had gone online, everyone had neither smart phones nor lap tops or computers. The girls were very tense about education. A family bought a smart phone by selling their three goats for online class. The women of upper class did not face problems of financial, transport etc. but there was a lot of difficulty in the lockdown regarding the housework. Due to non-arrival of work lady, she herself did the housework. Meanwhile, women learned new skills like making masks, gardening etc.
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