GENDER EDUCATION FOR NON-MARGINALISATION IN THE TRANSPORTATION ENVIRONMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Authors

  • CHUKWU, OLUCHI. EBERE. AND UZOHO, MERCY.CHINYERE .

Keywords:

Non-marginalisation, impacts, gender, transportation, curbs.

Abstract

 

This study investigated the impacts of female gender education for non-marginalisation in the transportation environment. Gender is the biological female offspring from birth she undergoes formal education so as to acquire knowledge, realizes her potentialities, make use of them for self actualization and contribute her quota for nation’s growth and sustainable development. However they are highly marginalised in some sectors like the transportation environment and denied opportunities to contribute and participate in the development of this sector. The impacts of the gender presence in this sector where analysed and outlined i.e: increase in productivity, curbing of illegal activities in the environment, precise decision making, boost in customers care, maximization of set goals. Suggestions on how to curb this marginalisation in these sectors were made. Intensive public awareness against female marginalisation in the schools, transportation and public sectors and enacting of laws to curb marginalisation/prosecute defaulters were recommended. In conclusion: Non-marginalisation of the females in the transportation environment will boost the nation’s economy and sustainable development.

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Published

2021-04-25