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Throughout the history of Eritreawomen have played an active role. The war was fought against Ethiopian forces to reestablish Eritrean sovereignty from Ethiopian annexation. Eritrea was annexed on 15 Novemberfollowing pressure from Haile Selassie I on the Eritrean Assembly,[6] the Federation was officially dissolved and Eritrea was annexed by Ethiopia directly after.

With this annexation Eritrea's national language was changed to Amharic and they would now be considered a part of the Ethiopian state. The struggle for independence accelerated promptly after annexation and the war would continue for 30 years. By the end of the 30 year long struggle, women comprised about one third of the military force of 95, Up to 30, women fighters began new lives during the conflict.

IyobThe women fighters would serve alongside men in every capacity. The war ended inand independence was officially achieved in The emancipation of women was central to the cultural revolution advocated by the EPLF and their Women from eritrea ideology, within its own ranks the Front attempted to put gender equality into practice during the year war.

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Areas that were consolidated by the Eritrean People's Liberation Front from Ethiopian hegemony were the epicenter of this cultural revolution. In these areas they attempted to reform traditional Ethiopian marriage practices like forced marriagearranged marriagethe payment of dowrychild marriage and the marginalization of non virgin brides.

The EPLF conceptualized marriage as the partnership of a man and woman who are each free individuals exercising choice. In the EPLF's words this was described as "democratic marriage" Silkin and as "marriages based solely on comradely love" Eritrean Women's Association The EPLF also provided fighters with contraceptiveswhich were not provided in traditional Ethiopian society.

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Women in the EPLF exercised choice both in starting Women from eritrea and ending them which was not the norm in rural and traditional Ethiopian society in the s. EPLF fighters reported that divorce was easy, common and often initiated by the women during the War. What was usually regarded as scandalous promiscuity based on traditional ideas of purity and virginity, were tolerated in the Eritrean People's Liberation Front's liberated areas. Women in conflict are often solely perceived as victims, often suffering from rape and being portrayed as defenseless and inactive during these periods.

These gendered portrayal of defenseless women in war were thoroughly deconstructed during the war, with the Eritrean women forces being at the forefront of this conflict. The assumption that women are inherently more peaceful than men neglects the other roles and behaviors that women can assume as people that naturally have varying degrees of aggressiveness and assertiveness.

The breaking down of gender roles and stereotypes was important for creating healthy social conditions for women. Gendered images of women as inferior, less capable, submissive, emotional, less intelligent and docile and portrayals of men as superior, more competent, dominant, rational, and intelligent may breed the grounds for sexist assumptions that are reproduced in society and become detrimental to women who have to deal with these assumptions on a daily basis. NW, All. Eritrea is an agricultural subsistence society, both men and women work in agriculture and gendered divisions of labour exists in these practices.

They depend on a regional agrarian system. Women's role is centered on processing and preparing food as well as milking of goats and cows.

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In most areas farming is the mainstay, men and women work in the fields and share agricultural work in the communal land of Eritrea. In addition to this, women are involved in backyard gardening, poultry and beekeeping as well as weaving.

In most regions, women are responsible for most aspects of child care in their household. In the central highlands both men and women work in the fields. However ploughing remains a male practice, while hoeing and weeding is shared by both men and women.

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In some areas men and women produce the same crops but have separate fields, for subsistence and for sale. There are also separate tasks within the cropping cycle, with men planting cereals and fodder crops together with vegetables, while women plant some varieties of vegetables. In livestock production men tend the livestock, while women do the milking.

Women also work in the fields of their husbands, weeding, hoeing, transporting and storing, while men plough women's field. Women also contribute to the harvesting of fisheries resources, such as catching small pelagic fishcollecting sea snails for the incense and perfume production in Yemen and other Arab countries.

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Eritrean women work much longer hours than men, which is corroborated by numerous studies of gender roles and responsibilities, women in Eritrea reported that they commonly work up to 9 hours a day during the cropping season. In the field of education women represent 50 percent of all elementary school teachers in the country. Which is an even ratio from men to women. This drops ificantly to 10 percent for middle and secondary schools in Eritrea.

From empowerment during war, eritrean women must fight gender discrimination in a new peace

This arises because women's secondary education is hindered by cultural expectation of raising a family at a young age. Many women stop schooling during their secondary education which prohibits them from having the educational requirements to teach the secondary level of school. Although this is low, efforts are being made to increase this statistic and allow women more access to education while supporting their family. Women and men are paid equally for their jobs as elementary and secondary school teachers.

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While 50 percent of boys are enrolled. Enrollment in secondary school is much lower with about 25 percent of girls enrolled and 32 percent of boys.

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Although educational access decreases the literacy rates in Eritrea is high with women at The percent of women in education is steadily rising. A decade ago, only 25 percent of university graduates were women. Today that ranges between 40 and 50 percent, depending on the institution and the field of study. In Eritrea it is believed that early marriage secures more children.

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On the other hand, an unmarried female can be considered as a burden to the collective family and societal structure. Families in rural areas expect there daughters to get married early sometimes before the age of 18 years old. At a national level, on average students are required to travel 5. The reason for this is due to a lack of schools particularly middle and secondary schools being built in more remote areas of Eritrea.

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An Eritrean girl must travel a long distance, or either, leave home to live in a rented house or with relatives outside the family village. This is hard for girls who are generally not allowed to travel long distances or rent houses in the urban areas to continue their education for safety reasons.

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Distance to the schools is a major barrier to girls education in Eritrea. Almost 40 percent of women in Eritrea are married by their 21st birthday. Limited access to education is associated with the high prevalence of child marriage in Eritrea.

This makes it difficult for women to pursue higher education because they are expected to work in subsistence agriculture and prepare food for their family at a young age. Nolan White, All. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Review of African Political Economy.

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JSTOR Political and Legal Anthropology Review. ISSN Africa Today. World Bank. Northeast African Studies. PMID S2CID : Women in Eritrea. Hidden : Articles needing additional references from December All articles needing additional references.

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