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The Sri Lankan labor market is deeply separated and leaves little opportunity for women to gain access to jobs.

Because of patriarchal policies imbedded in the history of this region, women are over-represented in the low-paid, laborious industries of the country.

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.

Furthermore, according to a study by the Bioscience research group, the slight cultural inclination to choose sons over daughters in Sri Lanka is expressed more within reproductive intentions instead of direct contraceptive action.

Historically, women in Sri Lanka have reduced access to quality employment, and even if they do obtain a job, they are paid far less and are subject to more harassment and limitations as compared to males working the same jobs.

Gender inequality in Sri Lanka is centered on the inequalities that arise between men and women in Sri Lanka.

Specifically, these inequalities affect many aspect of women's lives, starting with sex-selective abortions and male preferences, education and schooling, which goes on to effect job opportunities, property rights, access to health and political participation.