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Future Of Our Child Girl's

• One Day We Win •

– Future of India
'Perseverance and inspiration often leads to
privilege but without hard work and
dedication they'll be no success. The hardest
profession to take in life is being a girl child.
Discrimination and discrepancy are two
most important factors that hamper the
journey of every female from the earliest
stage of life. Starting from her presence into
her mother’s womb to infancy, childhood
and finally to adulthood, she is
outnumbered by the male dominating
society of the country.
India is a country where social disadvantage
outweighs natural biological advantage of
being a girl. A whole range of discriminatory
practices including female foeticide, female
infanticide, female genital mutilation, son
idolization, early marriage and dowry have
buried the future of the nation. In India,
discriminatory practices have greatly
influenced the health and well-being of a girl
child, resulting in a higher mortality rate.
It is believed that every year 12 million
girls are born in the country but
unfortunately only 1/3 of those survive.
Some are killed in the womb, some at the
time of birth, some die due to ill health
and some due to poor nutritional status.
Only a few numbers of girls are able to
survive till their 15th birthday.
Female feticide and infanticide are the
most popular social evils prevailing in the
country. This evil is the outcome of
poverty, illiteracy and gender
discrimination. The country fails to
understand, how a mother can be so
ruthless and vulnerable.
It is said that God created mothers because
He could not be present everywhere. Its
unbelievable to realize that a God’s
representative is continuously killing
someone beautiful even before she can
come out and see the beauty of nature.
It’s painful to confess that the trend still
exists in various parts of the country. States
like Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, Tamil
Nadu and Punjab are most popular for...

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