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The majority of Pakistani women belong to the rural areas who work in the fields and in the industrial centres. It is a poor and virtually illiterate majority, which leads a life of physical hardship involving long hours at tedious chores for which there is neither compensation nor recognition. Most of these women bear the double burden of housework and outside work. Not only do these women have longer days than the rest of the family, but also being the last to eat, they eat less well and suffer from anaemia and malnutrition. (Mumtaz / Shaheed: 1987)

Shaheed, F. / Mumtaz, K., 1987: Women in Pakistan. Two steps forward, one step back? London/ New Jersey: Zeb Books Ltd.

Women

The majority of Pakistani women belong to the silent and unmentioned peasantry in the rural areas and the working class in the industrial centers. It is a poor and virtually illiterate majority which leads a life of physical hardship involving long hours at tedious chores, for which there is neither compensation nor recognition. Most of these women bear the double burden of housework and outside work. [...] Not only do these women have longer days than the rest of the family, but being the last to eat, they eat less well and suffer from anaemia and malnutrition.

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