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Monitoring and Reporting on Gender Equality Results Inside and Outside the World Bank . Andrew Morrison Lead Economist, PRMGE November 20, 2008. Recommended additional indicators for MDG3. Progress on the official MDG3 indicators: Capabilities—enrolment ratios. Primary. Secondary.

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monitoring and reporting on gender equality results inside and outside the world bank

Monitoring and Reporting on Gender Equality Results Inside and Outside the World Bank

Andrew Morrison

Lead Economist, PRMGE

November 20, 2008

progress on the official mdg3 indicators capabilities enrolment ratios
Progress on the official MDG3 indicators: Capabilities—enrolment ratios

Primary

Secondary

Tertiary

1.2

1.0

0.8

0.6

0.4

0.2

0

SSA

EAP

ECA

LAC

MNA

SAR

SSA

EAP

ECA

LAC

MNA

SAR

SSA

EAP

ECA

LAC

MNA

SAR

Note

Male / Female

progress on the official mdg3 indicators access to resources non agric wage employment
Progress on the official MDG3 indicators:Access to resources—non-agric. wage employment

Share of Women in Non-Agricultural Wage Employment

country rank on primary enrolment ratio against country rank on primary completion ratio
Country rank on primary enrolment ratio against country rank on primary completion ratio

90

Nicaragua

Botswana

80

Venezuela, RB

Swaziland

Trinidad and Tobago

Cape Verde

Colombia

70

Paraguay

El Salvador

Uruguay

Tunisia

60

Jordan

Indonesia

Ukraine

Saudi Arabia

Macao, China

Madagascar

South Africa

Malaysia

50

Belize

Lithuania

Romania

Algeria

Croatia

Moldova

40

Korea, Rep

Malawi

Tanzania

Oman

Comoros

Zimbawe

Rwanda

UAE

30

Mauritania

St. Lucia

Ghana

20

Nepal

Senegal

10

0

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

70

80

90

Country rank in primary enrollment ratio

Country rank in primary completion ratio

key conclusions from equality for women
Key conclusions from Equality for Women…
  • Expanded set of indicators adds information (and value)
  • Rapid progress in expanding women’s capabilities, with some notable exceptions:
    • Enrolment rates, completion rates, literacy are success stories
    • Less progress on under five mortality, adolescent pregnancy and teenage births
  • Comparison of country performance to regional benchmarks is quite useful

Conclusions of chapter 2—see p. 79

slide8

World Bank efforts to improve gender statistics and indicators

  • New/improved Bank publications and data
  • sets:
  • New GenderStats database and website
  • Little Data Book on Gender (forthcoming)
  • Update of gender indicators database associated with2007 Global Monitoring Report

Improve the quality of gender-disaggregated

indicators:

  • Develop modules for household surveys to better measure assets owned by women
  • Pilot-test different approaches to capture female labor force participation in labor force and household surveys
slide9

Increase national and international agency

  • capacity to collect, report, analyze and use
  • gender-disaggregated data:
    • Provide technical assistance to improve existing national surveys
    • Support data collection by national statistics offices on formal and informal employment in selected countries (joint with UNSD)
    • Support global gender statistics networks
slide10

Monitoring progress on the

Bank’s Gender Action Plan

  • A results monitoring and evaluation framework has been prepared
  • A baseline portfolio review is being completed
  • A GAP mid-term evaluation will be completed in 2009 to review the overall direction, framework, strategies and processes used to implement the GAP
  • A final evaluation will be conducted after the GAP is completed (2011).
slide11

GAP Baseline Review

Gender Coverage by Market - World Bank Lending Portfolio FY06 (N=267)

slide12

GAP Baseline Review

Gender Coverage in GAP Markets by Region–

World Bank Lending Portfolio FY06 (N=267)

Note: - Excludes projects that deal exclusively with non-GAP markets