Data

The indicators below relate to five dimensions of gender equality — economic structures and access to resources; education; health and related services; public life and decision-making; and human rights of women and girl children. The data on these indicators come from the World Development Indicators and additional sources.

Some highlights:
  • See whether laws and institutions formally treat women (unmarried and married) differently than men in accessing institutions, using property, getting a job, providing incentives to work, and going to court (available under economic structures and public life of women), using data from the Women, Business, and the Law Database.
  • Explore health indicators, such as use of antenatal care, by wealth quintile, from Demographic and Health Surveys and Multiple Indicator Cluster Surveys (MICS).
  • Use data on women's level of acceptance of violence, available from Demographic and Health Surveys.

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Economic structures, participation in productive activities and access to resources

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Education

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Health and related services

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Human rights of women and girl children


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Demographic Indicators


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