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The women's perception is to have men get local jobs so there would be no need for them to travel a far distance to their job. This idea was presented by the local government. The project proposal was to help the women improve themselves and their community. The women wanted to give men the opportunity also, instead of creating competition between the two genders. An indigenous group, the Aymaras believe in the term Chachawarmi, which  means to have men and women be represented equally.
It is a traditional concept among majority of the Aymara people who live in the Andes of Bolivia. A study in focused mostly on Aymara activists living in the outskirts of La Paz analyzes in how they associate traditional customs, state politics and native activism. They believe that women and men are different, and therefore they have different responsibilities within the Chachawarmi system.
They also believe that men and women complement each other with their roles and responsibilities.
Within the Aymara community some indigenous women activists believe Chachawarmi should be used to decolonize and some believe it should be used for the community to stay the same. Aymara people of Bolivia are advocates for their cultural customs and socio-political equality, and also the equality between men and women within their community. However, womne middle-class feminists don't agree with the Chachawarmi tradition. The feminists convey the idea that Chachawarmi system undermines the Aymara women's participation because they do not engage much in the discussions or community meetings.
It is normal for women not to talk because men perceive them as not educated because they don't speak Spanish, or it could be a result of women trying to resist against men's leadership. It is difficult for them to find solutions to find equality within the Chachawarmi system.
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Another reason for not wanting caht be decolonized is because the Chqt has been around since their community was established, and their way of living has remained the same. There is no direct solution to this debate between gender politics and decolonization of the Aymaran people of Eomen, but the analysis of understanding the different opinions of it is evaluated.
Women living in rural areas have even higher rates of illiteracy, at A focus was put on bilingual education for girls, which is credited with helping to lower the dropout rate. Less women attend school in rural areas, with only Women handle household choresand it is estimated that 1 in 5 men make all decisions about purchases made for the household.
The Bolivian National Federation of Self-Employed Women Workers was formed to represent women who are self-employed in informal employment such as street vendorswhich is common areas of employment for indigenous women. As of44 percent of women worked. Women living in urban areas tend to have the least paying and unproductive types of jobs, which is believed to be due to the lack of educational chatt for women and educational requirements for better jobs.
In rural areas women struggle more due to their gender and of being indigenous. Women who work the latter tend to work more hours, with less days chxt and low pay.
Increased distribution of wealth for women since until grew only by 3 percent. Professional women make even less, at only 69 percent. Micro-credit im geared towards women do exist in Bolivia. The gap is defined by how men and women will learn Spanish and if learned, what market labor participation they will have. Bolivian women that live in rural communities and have recently migrated to the urban cities usually do not know Spanish because being excluded from the rest of the population that knows Spanish.
However, for men it doesn't matter if they migrated to an urban city from a rural community, they will more likely have opportunities to participate in the labor force. The older generation that live in the rural and urban communities mostly do not know Spanish. Women who have a large of children usually do not work in the labor force, and then are not enticed to learn Spanish.
According to the Human Development Report paazthe average years of schooling for men and women adults is 9. When women do not have a proper education, they will not be capable of having jobs that provide them with a decent income.
Also, according to the GII table, the inequality-adjusted income index is 0. This is because La Paz is closely tied to government departments in which the government supports and encourages women by having them work in government related occupations. For women, the difference in making a certain amount chhat money in the labor market depends highly on their language skills.
Also, because of discrimination against indigenous people who are most likely poorly educated and have low quality Womn skills. For women, generally being mistreated and discriminated within their society motivates them to leave their homes.
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According to scholar Lourdes Beneria, there needs to wonen a balance between the family and labor market by integrating the capabilities approach Nussbaum  and reconsider European policies. Informal jobs increased by many policies that introduced for example, budget cuts and pza policies. It reduced state monitoring and opened a free market for developing states to become global competitors and foreign investors. InBolivia has the highest of population over 55 percent that are a part of informal activities.
It does not include undocumented migrants.
However, majority of them migrate for work temporarily. Although migration takes place between Pza American countries, many women migrate to Western European countries as domestic workers because the middle-class and upper-class women in those countries do not have time to work both in the labor force and in domestic work.
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The migrant workers help them out with child care, household chores, elderly careand social reproduction. In order to care for their children ,arried women don't work in formal jobs. There are a variety of incentives for women to leave their families temporarily. For example, instability, abuse, gender discrimination.
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Investigation Prosecutors opened an investigation into the allegations of influence peddling and on Friday ordered the arrest of Ms Zapata. Timeline President Morales and Gabriela Zapata enter into a relationship Ms Zapata gives birth to their son 3 February A journalist reveals the relationship and the existence of the child 5 February Evo Morales confirms he had with Ms Zapata, who he says told him that the child died shortly after birth 25 February Ms Zapata is arrested on suspicion of corruption 26 February Ms Zapata's aunt tells journalists the boy is alive 28 February Mr Morales says he wants to meet his son 29 February Government ministers say they are convinced the boy is dead She has been charged with money laundering, embezzlement and abuse of influence.
Ms Zapata's aunt, Pilar Guzman, who visited her in detention on Saturday was the first to allege publicly that Mr Morales's and Ms Zapata's son was still alive. I held him in my arms when he was four months old," she told reporters on live television. He's here [in La Paz] and is between eight and nine years old now," she said. A lawyer for Ms Zapata later also said that the child was alive and well.
Conflicting versions Mr Morales seems to have been taken by surprise by the news.