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Pakistan ranked fourth among worst countries for women

Pakistan ranked fourth among worst countries for women

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According to the latest findings of a study conducted by The Women, Peace and Security Index, Pakistan is the fourth highest country in terms of women's peace, security, inclusion and justice.

The Women's Peace and Security Index of the Georgetown Institute for Women, Peace and Security, has placed 153 countries among Pakistan's 150th slot.

The study, in collaboration with the Peace Research Institute of Oslo, ranked Iceland as the best country for average rating rating of 0.886, followed by Norway and Switzerland by 0.879 and 0.871.

The Syrian Arab Republic has been adjudicated as the highest average for women rating of 0.385, followed by 0.385 and Yemen with 0.407. Pakistan skipped being among the top worst with a rating of 0.441.

According to the report, women's average years of schooling in the country are only five years, while only 33 per cent of Pakistani women are found to be used for cellphones. Only 24pc Pakistani women are employed, while their share of seats in parliament are only 20pc.

The report claims that 1.09 males are born for every female in Pakistan, which is the natural demographic rate of 1.05, and that means that Pakistanis have son behaviors.

The study claims that in Pakistan-between 500,000 "missing girls" in 2010-15, which indicates that half a million more female children should be born in the country during the period.

It also states that 73pc of Pakistani men do not find perfectly acceptable for women in work out their home.

The study estimates that 27 per cent of country is lifetime of intimate partner violence domestic violence and community security of \ perception is 51%.

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