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“Have a son and

  • “Have a son and

  • your name continues!



  • “Last year only one girl child was born in our village. All other families had sons”

  • Kristof, Nicholas D. 1993.

  • "Peasants of China discover new way to weed out girls."

  • The New York Times, 21 July, 1.



Today, the vast majority in Asia, I

  • Today, the vast majority in Asia, I

  • in different populations,

  • 60 million girls at least, otherwise expected to be alive,

  • are missing due to gender selective abortion, infanticide or neglect .







  • In many societies, women systematically fail to achieve or fail to use some basic human rights according to men.

  • Most of the time, women's health status and problems related to affect:

    • morbidity
    • disability
    • mortality




An estimated 100 to 140 million girls and women worldwide are currently living with the consequences of FGM.

  • An estimated 100 to 140 million girls and women worldwide are currently living with the consequences of FGM.

  • Each year 2 million girls at risk!





  • World scale: Today one of every 3 women are subjected to different forms of violence.



"...any distinction, exclusion or restriction made on the basis of sex which has the effect or purpose of impairing or nullifying the recognition, enjoyment or exercise by women, irrespective of their marital status, on a basis of equality of men and women, of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the political, economic, social, cultural, civil or any other field."

  • "...any distinction, exclusion or restriction made on the basis of sex which has the effect or purpose of impairing or nullifying the recognition, enjoyment or exercise by women, irrespective of their marital status, on a basis of equality of men and women, of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the political, economic, social, cultural, civil or any other field."

  • (UN, CEDAW-1994)



Researches from various countries between the years

  • Researches from various countries between the years

  • 1986-1997: women within the percentage of 16-41, were physically attacked by men with whom they had close relations.

  • Violence exposed is the 10th cause of death in the 15-44 age group women.

  • 7% of all women deaths in the world are associated with violence.

  • WHO,1998



Domestic violence

  • Domestic violence

  • Of women;

    • 84% slap
    • 70% being punched
    • 43% being beated hard
    • 55% threatened with death
  • Home is the place violence most experienced.

  • In the violence acts, the aggresive is mostly husband or the man with close emotional relationships.



Turkey Demographic and Health Survey 2003:

  • Turkey Demographic and Health Survey 2003:

    • The percentage of justification of the thusband in hitting or beating his wife is 39%.
      • Rural 57%
      • Lower education level 62%
    • Reasons of the violence:Şiddet nedenleri:
      • If she;
      • Burns the food
      • Argues with him
      • Refuses to have sex with him




  • Completed rape at least once during the life of women completed rape

  • USA 14-20%

  • Canada: 40%

  • 12-25 percent of all adult women have been specified that they were victims of rape or attempted rape.



In South Africa every 83 second one woman is rapedA report by the U.N. (1996)

  • In South Africa every 83 second one woman is rapedA report by the U.N. (1996)

  • Special Rapporteur on Rwanda estimated that at least 250 000 women were raped during the genocide.

  • During the 1992-1995 conflict in Bosnia-Herzegovina between 20 000 and 50 000 women were raped



Young women know very little information on STDs and because of the fear of being branded as sexual active they hardly try to learn information.

  • Young women know very little information on STDs and because of the fear of being branded as sexual active they hardly try to learn information.

  • Woman equipping less power as a decision maker has resulted with late diagnosis and treatment.



4 million people in sex abuse traffic is estimated in the world.

  • 4 million people in sex abuse traffic is estimated in the world.

  • The revenue / year of organized criminal organizations is 7 billion dollars

  • 500,000 women and children for the sex trade is estimated to infiltrate into European Union countries in 1995.



The expected duration of life in our country, the birth (DIE-2000) -71.0 years for women -66.4 years for men

    • The expected duration of life in our country, the birth (DIE-2000) -71.0 years for women -66.4 years for men
  • At least 35 countries in the world in the birth of the expected life span for women has reached 80 years. Women live average 6-8 years more than men. (WHO)



  • A long way with diseases .. Health care access problems In our country, all illiterate population over 65 years is 24% and 74% are women. Elderly women than elderly men are poor and lack social protection.





Women, with lower rates of education and years of education, more work at home,

  • Women, with lower rates of education and years of education, more work at home,

  • at disaster their preparedness and education are less,

  • they have little information about the preparation and risk approach.







The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)-1979 / Turkey1985

  • The Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW)-1979 / Turkey1985

  • Madrid-2001

    • Political and technical process
    • Health systems should be settled identfying of men and women biological differences and gender
    • Gender-related evaluation indicators should be identified and data shoul be collected
    • Research on gender must be supported










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