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International day of women and girls in science: 2021





Both science and gender equality are necessary to institutionalize development. Post-COVID, the increasing use of information technology and inventions has led to special advocacy for gender equality in the use of science. Gender equality is both a need and a challenge today, with various days and campaigns to promote women's equal access to technology and access to information, including the International Day of Women's Access to Science on February 11 each year.

Investment in Women and Girls in Science for Inclusive Green Growth.' is the theme for this year.

Various documentaries and films have been made on this subject all over the world. Welcome to February 11, a special day to appreciate the contribution of women in science and technology and innovation in the modern world.

For the past 15 years, the world community has been working to encourage women's participation in science. However, women or girls seem to be unable to fully participate in science.

At present, less than 30 percent of the world's scientific researchers are women. This figure is much lower than that of men.
We talk a lot about women's empowerment, women's participation. There are many initiatives for women's equality around the world. However, in our age where the importance of science is increasing day by day, if our women are lagging in science, is women empowerment possible in the future? Many of us may not have thought about it.

Only equal access and encouraging the presence of women in science can reduce the disparity between men and women. We are now in the month of Valentine, at this time male friends are giving respect and love to their dear female friends in many ways.

This day in the month has given male friends a chance to think about their dear female friend's involvement and engagement with science and how to improve it. The importance of today is important for women and men around the world to understand gender equality in science.

Suyog Dhakal



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