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According to the World Economic Forum, Sri Lanka ranks 55th in the world when it comes to gender equality gap, 109th in Economic Participation and Opportunity rank, 48th on educational attainment and 30th on political participation.The Gender Inequality Index is similar to the Human Development Index in that it looks at the differences between men and women of different countries and the higher ranked a country is, the larger the gap is between the genders.The Muslims and Tamils additionally use the Kudi, a matrilocal system that is expressed in marriage and religious festivals.Additionally, the preference for male sons and ensuing discrimination against girls has been a detriment to the status of women in Sri Lankan culture.Elaine Enarson, a disaster sociologist studying the connection between disaster and role of women.In 1960, Sri Lanka elected Sirimavo Bandaranaike, the world's first female head of state and Sri Lanka's first female prime minister.

Since the mid 1970s organizations have started providing alternative routes to access credit for women, this includes outlets such as social and intermediary NGO programs, poverty-oriented development banks, and savings and credit union and cooperations.

In 1981, the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women held, and additionally, the third chapter of the Constitution on Fundamental Rights was also adopted into the constitution.

Further developments included the establishment of both the National Plan of Action for Women and Women's Charter in 1996.

Throughout the history of Sri Lanka, there has been significant progress in respect to women's rights.

Specifically, following the International Women's Year in 1975 and the United Nations Decade for Women from 1976 to 1985, a number of policies and laws were enacted to enhance the rights of women in the Sri Lankan government.