For 10 years we have worked in partnership with UN agencies, governments, civil society, academics, and the private sector to:
Increase funding for gender data
Improve the availability and quality of gender data
Increase demand for gender data by showing its relevance to decision-making
Increase the use of gender data to drive smarter and more equitable policies
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Leveraged for gender data from governments, multilaterals, and the private sector.
Mapped for gender data gaps—health, education, economic opportunity, environment, political participation, and human security.
Helped expand women's access to financial services in 6 countries.
Strengthened the skills of gender data experts in 15 countries.
Understand emerging gender data issues and trends.
Gender equality has been identified as a thematic priority within the COP28 agenda, with the aim toread more →
A growing body of evidence demonstrates that environment and climate change issues are not genderread more →
Important data about women and girls is incomplete or missing. Through partnerships with UNread more →