Women's Equality Day 2022-Promote Women's Empowerment

Juggling between personal and professional life, women have always done their best. During their lifetime, women ignore their health to do their duties. Medicircle takes this opportunity to thank all women working hard to reach their daily goals.

Women- A superpower behind them 

Be it in family or work, Women are always and constantly on their toes round the clock to give their best. They are definitely governed by “Super- Powers” which every woman deserves. Medicircle takes this opportunity to bring about health awareness among women this year on 26th August 2022, on Women’s Equality Day. Our main aim is to bring about health awareness for women who well deserve equal rights to stay healthy with timely attention for better well-being. This will also help them boost their willpower and power to give their best. Truly every woman is blessed with internal superpowers. 

Shout out call for every woman to take care of her health on Women’s Equality Day

This Women’s Equality Day let's promote women's wellness to achieve their dream with equality. We, at Medicircle would like to reach out to every woman in the country from the corporate world to the remote villages to provide equality toward health and overall well-being. In this context, it is important for every woman to undergo timely routine check-ups which are as follows - 

  • Women over 21 years of age should go for a Hormone test and Pap Smear 
  • Women after 40 should go for bone density tests, mammography, and breast examination once a year 
  • Every woman should go for routine checks once a year with another test, which includes CBC, iron levels, Vitamin levels, and most importantly calcium levels. 
  • Pregnant women need extra attention with regular antenatal checkups
  • Younger girls should be checked for their height and weight for good growth development. 

Yes, women deserve to stay healthy and this is one of the important priorities which will help them achieve equal rights. Good mental and physical well-being and the Right to Health will help every woman achieve economic, financial, and social growth. 

Why is Women’s Equality Day celebrated?

The foundation stone of any democracy is the “right to vote.”Women were given the right to vote on August 26, 1920, so this day is celebrated as Women's Equality Day in the United States of America. So, this day is declared Women’s Equality Day worldwide to recognize the power and right of women to vote. Women's Equality Day is a reminder of the struggles that women face on a daily basis. Whether it is financial, health or education, or equality in the family, women deserve equal status in all aspects. 

In the 1830s, in a country like America, only rich people, and white men had the right to vote. Women and slaves were not included in this right. After this, before the Civil War in the United States, women started a movement to get their voting rights. In 1972, President Richard Nixon issued Proclamation 4147, which designated August 26, 1972, as "Women's Rights Day". This was the first official announcement of Women's Equality Day. 

Facts on Women's Equality in India-

Gender equality is considered the most important for the development of any country. Whether it is in family or education, office or politics, gender discrimination is seen everywhere. India is ranked 140 out of 156 countries in the World Economic Forum's 2021 Global Gender Gap Index. This rank proves that even today in India gender discrimination has firmly established its roots.

The theme for Women's Equality Day

The theme for Women's Equality Day is “Hard Won… Not Done.” Indeed women have won every situation of life with pride and determination and gender equality is “Not done” this year 2022. 

Women always neglect their health to take care of others. So let us focus on women's health and prioritize their health to build healthy familes and make everyone healthy around us. 

So, let us break these norms and set equal rights for women in India as well. Some countries have already taken it to the next level. Focusing on women's health can help them give one of the equal rights towards better quality of living. Let us join hands together for better India from today!!


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