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D2-AM - Session 5.4 - Liliana SUCHODOLSKA, OECD

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This presentation was made by Liliana Suchodolska , at the 3rd Experts Meeting on Gender Budgeting held at the OECD Conference Centre, Paris, on 19-20 September 2019

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D2-AM - Session 5.4 - Liliana SUCHODOLSKA, OECD

  1. 1. MAKING EVERY WOMAN AND GIRL COUNT ASSESSING AND ADRESSING GENDER DATA GAPS Liliana Suchodolska, PARIS21 20 September 2019
  2. 2. CONTEXT 1
  3. 3. 3 PARTNERSHIP IN STATISTICS FOR DEVELOPMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY • Building and sharing knowledge • Engaging in international initiatives • Advocating and funding statistics • Strengthening statistical systems
  4. 4. 4 PARIS21 AND UN WOMEN DATA AND CAPACITY GAPS: • Only 14 of 54 gender-specific SDG indicators have sufficient and regular data (“Making Every Woman and Girl Count. 2018 Annual Report. Implementation Phase”) • Only 13% of countries dedicate a budget to gender statistics (2013 Report of the Secretary-General on Gender Statistics)
  5. 5. 5 IMPROVING CO-ORDINATION AND PLANNING IN COUNTRIES OF GLOBAL SOUTH Gender statistics assessments to identify data and capacity gaps using PARIS21 tools & national consultation PARIS21’s Framework and Implementation Guidelines for assessing the state of gender statistics launch October, 1st COOPERATION PARIS21-UN WOMEN
  6. 6. HOW DO WE RUN THE COUNTRY ASSESSMENTS?
  7. 7. 7 FRAMEWORK + GUIDELINES Integrating gender in national statistical strategies Statistical capacity gaps Data gaps 4 x
  8. 8. 8 • Assessment findings help develop statistical strategies to strengthen the national statistical capacity i.e. through National Strategies for the Development of Statistics (NSDS) • Assessment findings must be considered as a foundation to formulate the strategy that carries political weight and requires both the endorsement and active participation of decision makers. NATIONAL STRATEGIES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF STATISTICS (NSDS)
  9. 9. HOW DO WE ASSES DATA GAPS? 2
  10. 10. 10 We focus on: - National priorities originating from national policies and country commitments - 54 gender-specific SDG indicators identified by UN Women - The Minimum Set of Gender Indicators prepared by IAEG- GS THERE ARE MULTIPLE NATIONAL, REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL DEMANDS FOR GENDER STATISTICS
  11. 11. 11 • A free cloud-based application to help data planning • Managed by National Agencies: content, access • Available in English, French, Spanish, Russian + other languages • Supported by a learning / training package ADVANCED DATA PLANNING TOOL (ADAPT)
  12. 12. 12 WHAT IT DOES: • Monitors data demands from public policies • Inventory of available data – sources and indicators => identify data gaps (incl. disaggregation) • Monitors NSDS / action plans progress • Helps in costing & budgeting • Helps preparing policy responsive data systems WHAT IS DOES NOT: data processing, dissemination of indicators ADVANCED DATA PLANNING TOOL (ADAPT)
  13. 13. 13 • Both sex-disaggregated and gender-relevant indicators (e.g. maternal mortality) are considered • Allows users to see all gender-related data being produced across the national statistical system • Identifies data gaps related to gender statistics and guides the development of a data plan to solve them • Maps gender statistics demand from global (e.g. SDGs) and national policies to identify consistency and possible overlaps. THE GENDER MODULE IN ADAPT
  14. 14. 14 IN THE ADAPT PLATFORM
  15. 15. 15 IN THE ADAPT PLATFORM
  16. 16. 16 Three main reports are being developed: 1. 54 gender-specific SDG indicators 2. Other national priority indicators that are gender-relevant • Will take into account the information from different log frames/lists of indicators • Will report on all indicators that require sex-disaggregation or that have been tagged as gender-relevant 3. Minimum set of gender statistics (optional) They will include a view on: Demand (policy relevance), supply (currently produced indicators), data sources and responsible institutions as well as feasibility of producing the data. GENDER REPORTS
  17. 17. 17 Development: Currently costing refers to the costing of activities for the data plan of the National Strategy for Development of Gender Statistics (“sectoral” component of NSDS) Other examples of tools: • StaTact (UNITAR) • EPIC (UN ESCAP) • RIME (INE Bolivia) • Etc. FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS AND OTHER TOOLS Different methodologies (upstream, downstream), focus and scope
  18. 18. ASSESSING CAPACITY GAPS 3
  19. 19. 19 The identified data gaps are linked to the capacity gaps uncovered using PARIS21 approach to statistical capacity development: “CD4.0” ASSESSING CAPACITY GAPS
  20. 20. 20 We apply four questionnaires assessing different capacities, designed for different national stakeholders and data users in the country: • Questionnaire A – CD4.0 organisational and systemic level (e.g. “Is there a dedicated budget specifically for gender statistics within the overall national budget for statistics (it can include the gender statistics entity operational costs)?” • Questionnaire B - CD4.0 individual level • Questionnaire C – non-NSO agencies producing statistics • Questionnaire D – users (can be used as an online survey) ASSESSING CAPACITY GAPS
  21. 21. 21 ASSESSMENT STEPS AND ACTORS Integrating gender in NSDS Validation workshop Statistical capacity gaps Data gaps Inception workshop Data-planning expert from NSO Gender-statistics expert NSDS focal person All stakeholdersAll stakeholders Assessment
  22. 22. 22 PILOT COUNTRIES 2019 2019/2020 COUNTRY STATUS COUNTRY STATUS Dominican Republic On-going Jordan Confirmed Maldives On-going Bolivia Confirmed Senegal On-going Cambodia Confirmed Egypt On-going Rwanda Pending Kyrgyz Republic On-going 9 countries over 2019-2020
  23. 23. THANK YOU Visit: https://paris21.org/ E-mail: liliana.suchodolska@oecd.org
  24. 24. 24 ADAPT: WORLDWIDE USERS Used by NSOs (and NSS) in 16 countries: Bhutan, Cambodia, Cameroon, Dominican Republic, Kyrgyzstan, Maldives, Mongolia, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, Tanzania With UNSD (Ongoing): Burundi, Liberia, Nepal, Zambia, Zimbabwe; Planned by UNSD: Bangladesh, Ghana, Jordan, Lao PR, Mozambique, Myanmar, Palestine Big demand from NSOs and Planning Commissions Promoted by: • UNSD for SDG readiness assessment – methodology compatible • UNDP for SDG localization and UNITAR • World Bank for data planning

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