Towards Enabling Women’s Financial Inclusion Through Data
Zambia’s Gender Data Journey For many years, the Central Bank of Zambia and other key stakeholders have been working towards…
Fulfilling the Promise of Better Data on Gender and Work
How the 19th International Conference of Labour Statisticians Impacted the Quality and Use of Gender Data in Policymaking In 2013,…
Using Violence Against Children Survey to Drive Change: A Case Study of Tanzania
How did the collection and use of sex-disaggregated survey data in Tanzania help catalyze action on the issue of violence…
Data Breaks the Silence on Violence Against Women: A Case Study of Vietnam
This case study explores Vietnam’s use of survey data to highlight and address the problem of violence against women.
Using Data to Address the Unpaid Work Burden: A Case Study of Finland
This case study explores Finland’s use of time use data to highlight the gendered division of unpaid work.
Data Driving Women’s Financial Inclusion: Rwanda’s Experience
This case study focuses on Rwanda’s collection and use of financial inclusion gender data.
Enabling Women’s Financial Inclusion Through Data: The Case of Mexico
This case study explores Mexico’s use of sex-disaggregated financial inclusion data.
Invisible No More? Country Case Studies (Volume 2)
These case studies explore the link between time use survey data and policy impact.
Uruguay’s national care policy: A virtuous cycle in data, advocacy, and policy
This case study explores how time use data informed the creation of Uruguay’s national care policy.
Catalyzing Inclusive Financial Systems: Chile’s Commitment to Women’s Data
This case study explores how Chile has advanced women’s financial inclusion.
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