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The gender parity in primary education reached the target value of 1 in 2008-09 itself. The female: male literacy rate in the age group 15-24 years tends to reach 1 by 2015, implying attainment of gender parity by 2015. (...) As per the Census 2011, literacy rate of India in 2011 was 74 % as compared to literacy rate in 2001, which was 64.8%. Literacy rate among females in 2011 was 65.5 % and in 2001 was 53.7%.
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 74.25 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...3091India_review_Beijing20.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un
Government has also dedicated special budget allocation for promoting female education, The G access to primary education. These include: awareness raising programs on the importance of girls n of separate latrines for girls and the assignment of female teachers and heads to provide close support to girls; rolling targeting female students. Policy adoption of a gender mainstreaming strategy for the sector. Female education forum was put in place to monitor and evaluate the implementation of the above listed targeted measures.
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 111.32 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...hiopia_review_en_Beijing20.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un
Key legal decisions include the case of Lloyd Chaduka and Morgenster Teachers College vs.EnitaMandizvidza1in that case the Supreme Court ruled that excluding female students who fell pregnant from a private teachers college constituted gender based discrimination. (...) This response has also created the Victim Friendly courts, which protect vulnerable witnesses in sexual abuse cases; which although initially intended for child victims of sexual abuse, have now been extended for use even in cases of adult female rape.  The establishment of the Victim Friendly Courts, designed to protect vulnerable witnesses, so that they do not have to face the accused persons in open court. (...) In 2011, statistics showed that female university enrolment rose to 41%. 19 | P a g e In addition the increase in the number of tertiary institutions has seen an increase in the number of women in tertiary institutions.
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 37.58 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...9Zimbabwe_review_Beijing20.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un
The government has introduced a number of strategies to enhance women’s political representation, particularly to raise the percentage of female lawmakers: set quotas for female candidates in the electoral district nominations for the National Assembly and local councils, provide additional state subsidy for the election, expand state subsidy for the nomination of female candidates, foster female candidates, and disseminate a gender-equal political culture. (...) The Korean Government has been making efforts to create a friendly educational environment for female students. The efforts include supporting various mentoring programs connecting successful female scientific technicians with primary and secondary school female students in order to encourage women's entry into the fields of natural sciences and engineering. (...) As a result, the ratio of female professors rose from 12.8% in 2009 to 14.1% in 2012.
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 130.82 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa..._of_Korea_review_Beijing20.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un
Indicators of progress in this area are also the first female President of the Republic (2000), female Prime Ministers (2003) and female as the first Minister of Finance (2011). (...) In 2000 the total pension of women was 76 per cent of total pension of men compared to 78 per cent in 2013. Especially single female pensioners or widows with minimum income can face poverty. (...) Also the humanities and education fields are female-dominated with a share of about 80 per cent.
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 79 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...70Finland_review_Beijing20.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un
China has also provided training for female officials from other developing countries. 8. (...) A total of 8,100 entrepreneurial bases for female college students were established and 12,000 entrepreneurship mentors recruited, providing free training on starting business and finding employment for 300,000 female college graduates and helping 130,000 female college graduates start their own businesses or find jobs. (...) Women’s federations at various levels trained more than 4.1 million person times of rural migrant female workers, urban laid-off female workers, female domestic workers and female college graduates, and helped 5.4 million women start their own businesses or find jobs.
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 125.63 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...8China_review_en_Beijing20.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un
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www.ncfa.org.jo http://www.ncfa.org.jo/ 48 www.women.jo 4 - ( 4 http://www.women.jo/ 49 "" 50 5 5 51 Engendering the Public Sphere Project Nuqul Group MMIS Management Consultants Campaign to end violence against women KVINFOWho is She 52 UNFPA(16 Days Campaign to End Violence Against Women Ministry of Labour Baseline Study World Bank GroupOperational Consulting Services 53 54 55 56 6 2013 Percentage Distribution of Jordanian Females Aged 15 Years and above by Marital Status and Urban / Rural, (2013) Percentage Distribution of Jordanian Females Aged 15 Years and above by Marital Status and Education Level, Education Level Marital Status Illiterate Less than Secondary Secondary Diploma B.A + kingdom 7.6 34.1 50.0 20.7 36.8 33.4 Never Married 49.1 58.4 47.0 74.6 60.0 57.2 Married 1.1 1.2 .8 1.2 1.2 Divorced 42.2 6.2 2.1 3.4 2.0 8.2 Widowed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Total 6 www.dos.gov.jo Urban Rural kingdom Marital Status 32.9 35.8 33.4 Never Married 57.6 55.5 57.2 Married 1.2 1.0 1.2 Divorced 8.4 7.7 8.2 Widowed 100.0 100.0 100.0 Total http://www.dos.gov.jo/ 57 Percentage Distribution of Jordanian Females Aged 15 Years and above by Education Level and Urban / Rural, Urban Rural kingdom Education Level 8.8 16.0 10.1 Illiterate 2.9 3.2 3.0 Literate 8.8 8.8 8.8 Primary 16.1 13.7 15.7 Preparatory 20.7 23.3 21.1 Basic .0 .0 .0 Vocational Apprenticeship 18.4 14.9 17.8 Secondary 9.9 7.0 9.4 Intermediate Diploma 13.5 12.4 13.3 B.A .2 .4 .2 High Diploma .6 .3 .5 Master .1 .1 .1 Doctorate 100.0 100.0 100.0 Total 58 Percentage Distribution of Jordanian Females Aged 15 Years and above by Economic Activity and Urban /Rural, Urban RuralKingdom Economic Activity .6 .8 .6 Agriculture, forestry and fishing .2 .3 .2 Mining and quarrying 6.3 6.0 6.2 Manufacturing .2 .2 .2 Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply .1 .1 Water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation activities 1.0 .2 .8 Construction 6.3 2.6 5.6 Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehiclesand motorcycles 1.2 .5 1.1 Transportation and storage 1.0 .3 .9 Accommodation and food service activities 2.1 .4 1.8 Information and communication 3.7 .5 3.1 Financial and insurance activities .4 .0 .4 Real estate activities 3.7 .7 3.2 Professional, scientific and technical activities 1.0 .6 .9 Administrative and support service activities 12.9 19.4 14.1 Public administration and defence; compulsory 59 social security 39.8 50.1 41.7 Education 14.4 15.6 14.6 Human health and social work activities .3 .1 .2 Arts, entertainment and recreation 2.7 1.0 2.4 Other service activities 1.5 .5 1.3 Activities of households as employers; undifferentiated goods and services- producing activities of households for own use .5 .3 .4 Activities of extraterritorial organizations and bodies 100.0 100.0 100.0 Total / Percentage Distribution of Jordanian Females Aged 15 Years and above by Occupation and Urban / Rural, Urban Rural Kingdom Main Occupation 1.4 2.4 1.6 Legislators, Senior Officials & Managers 57.8 55.5 57.4 Professionals 14.6 11.6 14.1 Technicians and associate professionals 7.7 11.6 8.4 Clerical support workers 9.4 6.7 8.9 Service and sales 60 workers .3 .6 .4 Skilled agricultural, forestry and fishery workers 3.1 4.2 3.3 Craft and related trades workers .1 .1 .1 Plant and machine operators, and assemblers 5.6 7.3 5.9 Elementary occupations 100.0 100.0 100.0 Total Percentage Distribution of Jordanian Females Aged 15 Years and above by Economic Activity Status and Education Level for Kingdom, 2013 Economic Activity Status Educational Level Employed Unemployed Student Housewife With Mean Disable Other .9 13.0 8.5 77.8 Illiterate .6 4.1 2.9 7.0 Literate 2.1 .7 3.0 11.6 5.0 5.5 7.5 Primary 3.6 .7 15.5 18.5 6.1 3.8 Preparatory 6.2 4.3 37.8 20.5 .9 1.9 87.3 Basic .0 .0 Vocational Apprenticeship 7.9 2.6 42.7 14.1 11.1 2.4 Secondary 21.9 19.5 .1 9.4 33.0 1.0 Intermediate Diploma 51.4 68.9 .8 8.5 32.0 .4 5.2 B.A 1.3 .9 .0 .1 .2 High Diploma 3.3 1.9 .1 .2 .5 Master .6 .4 .0 PhD 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 Total 61 Percentage Distribution of Jordanian Females Aged 15 Years and above by Economic Activity Status and Marital Status, Economic Activity Status Marital Status Employed Unemployed Student Housewife With Mean Disable Other 38.7 66.8 97.7 15.4 15.0 28.6 100.0 Never Married 57.2 31.5 2.1 72.9 61.1 11.5 Married 2. 1.4 0.2 1.3 . 0.6 Divorced 1.8 0.4 0.0 10.4 21.5 59.3 Widowed Total Percentage Distribution of Jordanian Females Aged 15 Years and above by Economic Activity Status and Urban / Rural, Economic Activity Status Urban / Rural Employed Unemploye d Student Housewife With Mean Disable Other 10.2 2.8 16.6 68.6 .4 1.4 .0 Ur ba n 10.6 3.4 18.4 65.8 .2 1.6 .0 Ru ral 10.3 2.9 16.9 68.1 .4 1.4 .0 Ki ng do m 62 7 Percentage Distribution of Population Female Male Female Male 48.551.548.5 51.5 Population by Age Groups (%) Female Male Female Male 37.5 37.1 59.2 59.6 3.4 3.3 Social Indicators 7 www.dos.gov.jo http://www.dos.gov.jo/ 63 Female Male Female Male 11.8 88.2 13.7 86.3 26.1 29.6 25.9 30.0 (%) Marital Status of Population Age 15+ (%) Female Male Female Male 35.7 45.8 34.6 44.8 55.6 53.1 56.6 53.9 1.3 0.4 1.1 0.5 7.3 0.8 7.7 0.8 Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male 67.3 80.4 32.7 19.6 69.8 78.7 30.2 21.3 84.2 95.3 15.8 4.7 88.6 95.9 11.4 4.1 79.6 85.1 20.4 14.9 87.1 87.8 12.9 12.2 94.5 98.7 5.5 1.3 93.4 98.4 6.6 1.6 64 Female Male Female Male 7.9 3.2 8.3 3.6 )( Average Annual Household Expenditures on Groups of Commodities and Services by Sex of Household Head, (in JD) Sex of Household Head 2012 Sex of Household Head Female Male Female Male 3120.0 3922.5 2,498.1 2,738.6 2906.5 3115.9 1,569.1 2,200.8 - 1111.3 1733.7 - 488.7 558.9 - 262.0 205.3 - 94.7 132.6 190.9 182.2 Average Annual Current Income of Household by Source & Sex of Household Head, (in JD) Sex of Household Head Sex of Household Head Female Male Female Male 5,932.2 7,811.3 2,181.8 3,708.2 2209.3 4103.5 193.0 1,330.6 312.9 1506.0 1,229.4 1,183.8 1581.6 1565.5 65 25.8 87.1 120.9 167.2 2,302.2 1,501.5 2881.0 1755.7 Education (%) Female Male Female Male 10.8 3.7 10.3 3.7 48.2 51.8 47.3 52.7 49.0 51.0 48.8 51.2 53.3 46.7 52.3 47.7 1.6 98.41.7 98.3 16.1 83.916.9 83.1 Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male 66.7 33.3 60.1 39.9 66.4 33.6 74.2 25.8 51.1 48.9 49.7 50.3 52.0 48.0 57.6 42.4 66 Higher Education (%) Female Male Female Male 50.9 49.1 51.3 48.7 46.6 53.4 48.5 51.5 54.2 45.8 53.6 46.4 Academic Staff at the Jordanian Universities (%) Female Male Female Male 48.4 51.6 45.7 54.3 50.6 49.4 47.0 53.0 48.0 52.0 41.8 58.2 20.6 79.4 17.1 82.9 11.3 88.7 8.6 91.4 6.3 93.7 21.778.3 19.8 80.2 24.0 76.0 21.5 78.5 45.7 54.3 Currently Enrolled in Science Colleges (%) Female Male Female Male 47.9 52.1 58.6 41.4 59.9 40.1 68.3 31.7 34.1 65.9 35.5 64.5 42.0 58.0 42.6 57.4 60.4 39.6 59.3 40.7 66.1 33.9 64.7 35.3 ) Currently Enrolled in Higher Studies (%) 67 Female Male Female Male 60.9 39.171.6 28.4 46.153.9 45.3 54.7 31.9 68.1 36.6 63.4 Graduatesin Specialization for Engineering and Communication and Computer Science (%) Female Male Female Male 32.3 67.7 37.5 62.5 20.4 79.6 35.6 64.4 42.8 57.2 46.5 53.5 Health Female Male Female Male 76.7 72.4 Health )( 17.0 )( 21.0 )( 19.0 59.3 61.2 68 99.0 99.6 3.8 3.5 0.026 189.8 189.5 3.4 3.9 24.7 23.7 7.2 94.3 94.4 Employees in Health Sector(%) Female Male Female Male 18.8 81.2 18.2 8 1.8 34.3 65.7 36.3 6 3.7 49.4 50.6 3 4.8 45.6 54.4 2 5.8 (%) Politics (%) Female Male Female Male 14.3 85.7 12.3 87.7 18.1 81.9 17.9 82.1 10.9 89.113.0 87.0 6.4 93.6 12.0 88.0 27.472.6 24.8 75.2 69 22.0 78.0 3.0 97.0 92.6 29.1 70.9 35.7 64.3 68.8 5.3 94.7 6.5 93.5 1.1 98.9 1.1 98.9 Law (%) Female Male Female Male 6.2 93.8 15.5 84.5 22.2 77.8 Economy Female Male Female Male 14.9 64.8 14.1 61.3 24.1 10.3 19.9 10.4 45.9 22.6 48.8 25.2 70 Employed Population by Employment Status (Aged 15+) (%) Female MaleFemale Male 94.7 81.3 95.9 81.7 48.2 36.048.8 36.7 44.3 38.0 45.3 38.7 2.2 7.7 1.6 7.1 2.4 10.4 2.0 10.7 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.4 0.3 0.1 0.2 0.1 Employed Population by Main Current Economic Activity (aged 15+) (%) Female Male Female Male 7.9 11.1 6.4 10.4 1.9 3.0 0.9 2.3 42.9 68.2 41.6 Economic Empowerment (%) Female Male Female Male 17.0 83.09.2 35.1 55.7 22.1 77.9 19.5 56.5 24.0 49.5 50.5 78.0 22.0 30.8 69.2 44.4 55.6 43.2 56.8 43.4 56.6 21.178.9 21.8 78.2 25.4 74.6 71 Jobs Created for Persons Aged (15+) Female Male Female Male 26,602 49,714 12620.9 35448.3 Jobs Created for Persons Aged (15+) by Sector of Work Female Male Female Male 6,850.0 19,911.0 3584.4 12587.0 19,506.0 29,662.0 8656.2 22099.8 247.0 141.0 379.3 761.5 Distribution of Persons Aged (15+) by Using of Internet (%) Female Male Female Male 25.0 34.5 43.4 56.6 74.8 64.7 50.8 49.2 0.2 0.731.6 68.4 72 Uses Uses Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male 47.5 31.4 51.8 67.8 21.8 78.210.8 89.2 48.2 34.9 51.4 64.4 33.6 66.4 24.2 75.8 59.3 66.1 40.1 33.3 46.2 53.8 47.4 52.6 10.1 0.0 89.9 100.0 99.4 0.6 98.9 1.1 Distribution of Persons Aged (15+) by Place where Person Used Internet (%) Female Male Female Male 57.3 53.4 43.6 56.4 16.1 29.9 30.4 69.6 8.8 25.613.4 86.6 22.8 16.7 48.2 51.8 20.9 17.5 40.7 59.3 73 . 74 . . . 75 76 77 % 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 . .
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 147.63 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...15Jordan_Annexes_Beijing20.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un
Initiatives to protect girls and women from abuses, such as female genital mutilation (FGM) and early marriage. 9 v. (...) Female-headed households are poorer than those headed by their male counterparts and men have higher employment and business opportunities than women. (...) Harmful cultural practices that affect girls disproportionately such as early and forced marriages, Female Gen
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 106.96 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...3118Kenya_review_Beijing20.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un
Global Sustainable development report 2016 (final).pdf GLOBAL SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT REPORT 2016 EDITION Chapter 1. | Ensuring that no one is left behind and the 2030 Agenda | 3 “4. As we embark
لغة:الانكليزية
نتيجة: 6.64 - https://sdgs.un.org/sites/defa...9Chapter1_GSDR2016_booklet.pdf
مصدر البيانات: un