Women in Healthcare Technology:

Women in Healthcare Technology:
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Ahmed Moussa Reviewer: omar idmassaoud  In 2019, the world population consisted of almost 7.7 billion people.  49.6% of the world’s population was female in 2019,  which is 3.8 billion women. That is a big number!  Women play a big role in the health of our world,  and women’s health is at a crossroads as said the WHO  and the following is coming from reports of U.N. women.  Did you know tool  that it is estimated that 60% of chronically hungry people  worldwide are women and girls?  While on average, women make up about 43% of  the agricultural labor force in developing countries. 

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Also, women make up more than 2/3  of the world’s 796 million  illiterate people.  Data from 68 countries indicates  that women’s education is a key factor  in determining a child’s survival.  Educated women are more likely  to have greater decision making power  within their households.  And tool research has indicated that when more income is in the hands of women,  child nutrition, health and education improves.  Further, maternal health is a human right.  Yes, every 90 seconds, a woman dies during pregnancy or childbirth. 

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  One way is to empower them through access to health  and especially technology further health.  Women’s health is therefore worth investing in.  Well, let us take a look now at women in healthcare.  If we look at the share of women among all women workers employed around  the world in health and social work, in most of the countries,  more than 50% of the women work in that sector.  In the United States,  according to a report from McKinsey,  nurses are more than 80% women.  And according to U.N. women,  women even make up 70%  of the health and social workforce.  Yet, only 30% of leaders inthe global health sector are women

 

 


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