Sustainable Development Goal 05 - Gender Equality

Date created: 18 May 2020
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Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls : The region has made progress in achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls, particularly in education and health and to a lesser extent women’s participation in formal employment and national policy making. This is attributed to growing awareness of the need to address gender inequalities; While almost all countries in the Pacific have adopted specific gender policies and strategies, the resources for integrating and implementing these priorities are limited. Budgets for national women’s offices are less than one percent of national appropriations; Gender inequality is highlighted by the high prevalence rates of violence against women (more than 60 percent in Melanesia, and more than 40 percent in Polynesia and Micronesia). Sexual and reproductive health and rights issues also remain substantial challenges to be addressed under Goal 5. Fertility rates, especially teenage fertility, remain high in some. Find more Pacific data on PDH.stat :

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Issued 2020-05-18T07:58:32.574047
Modified 2021-04-06T14:23:23.629722
Version 3.0
DCAT Type dataset
Publisher Name SPC
Topic Official Statistics