NATIONAL IMPLEMENTATION
 

 

The Development of National Gender Statistics Programmes in the Arab Countries (GSP) is underway in nine participant countries.  Click on a country below for an overview of national work conducted under the umbrella of GSP.

Work on the national level has been implemented over the course of three phases according to the GSP work plan (see GSP work plan). Most participant countries are in the projectís third phase.

Two national workshops have been held in most countries.  These workshops included discussions and recommendations pertaining to the identification of priority gender issues and the production of national statistical publications on women and men.

Summaries of these publications can be found in the documents page.

National work efforts have also focused on the adoption of gender-specific indicators to reflect the status of women and men, as well as measure progress towards gender equality and the empowerment of women.

 
Participant Countries:
 
Algeria Egypt Jordan Lebanon Oman Palestine Qatar Syria Tunisia Yemen
 
The table below summarizes primary activities and outputs that occurred on the national level.  A more comprehensive look at work conducted on the national level is available in the form of country reports compiled from documents submitted by these countries.
 

Table of activities and outputs on the national level

 

Algeria

Egypt

Jordan

Lebanon

Oman

Palestine

Qatar

Syria

Tunisia

Yemen

Steering committee & national working group

 

First National Workshop

 

Second National Workshop

 

 

 

 

Evaluation of existing gender statistics

 

 

 

Identification of priority gender issues

 

 

 

National strategy for developing gender statistics

 

 

 

 

Printing of national statistical report on women and men

 

 

English booklet on national statistical report

Under review

 

 

 

 


UNECE

 

 


UNIFEM

 
 


UNDP

 
 


UNSTATS

 
 


AGFUND

 

 


CAWTAR

 

 


IDRC