Empowerment refers to increasing the spiritual, political, social and economic strength of individuals and communities. It develops confidence in their personalities. Women empowerment, in simple words, is allowing women to make decisions regarding their lives and well-being in the family and society without depending on someone else. An empowered woman exhibits confidence and decision making power. She is a wise analyst of her environment. It is to make her able to get all her inherent rights in society. She exercises due control over decisions that affect her life.
Women genuinely need their right to have access to opportunities, their right to take control outside and inside the home, their right to have choices, and their ability to have influence in creating a just social and economic order nationally and internationally, to build stronger economies, improve the quality of life for women and to achieve goals for development. We need our women to participate in all the fields of life. Women empowerment educates women who are not well educated or who are homeless but they do have skills to reform themselves.