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Engendering development through gender equality in rights, resources, and voice : summary (English)

Disparities between men and women in basic rights, access to resources, and power to determine their own lives continue to exist in virtually all countries in the world. "Engendering Development" focuses on how understanding and accounting for the links between gender, policy, and development outcomes can improve policy formulation and development effectiveness. The objectives of this report are to strengthen the analytical and empirical underpinnings of these links. This report reconfirms the importance of gender equality in the fight against poverty, and stresses the urgency of promoting gender-related action.

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  • Author

    King,Elizabeth M., Mason,Andrew D.

  • Document Date

    2000/10/31

  • Document Type

    Publication

  • Report Number

    21492

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    World,

  • Region

    The World Region,

  • Disclosure Date

    2018/04/11

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Engendering development through gender equality in rights, resources, and voice : summary

  • Keywords

    Gender Equality; official school-age population; gender equality in right; gender equality in education; gender disparity in education; investment in female education; gender gap in education; bribes to government official; gender division of labor; affirmative action employment program; economic participation for women; Demographic and Health Survey; quality of public service; hiv infection rate; infant and young child; gender gap in employment; access to health care; infant and child mortality; gender inequalities; Gender Inequality; promoting gender equality; gross enrollment ratio; opportunity for woman; gross enrollment rate; female enrollment ratio; access to information; status of woman; investment in water; increase in income; risk and vulnerability; labor force participation; access to land; per capita income; standard of living; girls in school; female literacy rate; price of good; rural labor market; health care centers; agricultural extension program; access to schooling; ratio of women; basic human right; control of resource; per capita gnp; share of woman; gnp per capita; adequate health care; Rule of Law; influence of women; education and health; hiv prevalence rate; spread of hiv; employment for woman; child survival rate; household survey data; quality of care; child mortality rate; effects of income; lack of gender; dimension of gender; culture and society; years of schooling; equality of outcome; equality in access; participation in society; labor market discrimination; reducing gender inequality; gender and development; forms of gender; reallocation of resource; equality of opportunity; primary enrollment rate; consultations with stakeholders; active labor market; source of fuel; labor market participation; basic reproductive health; cost of care; links among gender; labor market legislation; benefits for woman; availability of information; equality of access; barrier to girl; control of land; productive resource; parliamentary representation; equal right; human capital; development policy; political voice; average score; life expectancy; economic institution; economic shock; female access; school level; legal reform; human life; school year; public life; land right; gender difference; gender issue; financial resource; equal access; formal sector; household maintenance; industrial country; regression results; political participation; school enrollment; work experience; market signal; poor household; potable water; household income; education level; local reality; Social Protection; living standard; secondary level; statutory law; tie in; Learning and Innovation Credit; Social Sciences; legal institution; Economic Policy; wage employment; gender relation; saharan africa; study estimate; financial service; transition economy; gender norm; Child care; public policy; market failure; Transition economies; institutional change; real resource; public provision; community affair; income generation; enforcement efforts; public subsidy; life chances; rural area; domestic workload; empirical evidence; care provision; industrialized country; hiring decisions; maternity leave; government intervention; Industrialized countries; military service; national defense; basic water; social category; competitive environment; productive asset; persistent disparity; relative wage; political leadership; administrative agency; socioeconomic conditions; evidentiary requirements; biological difference; long hour; female employment; striking similarity; land title; land reform; traditional form; female schooling; increasing return; economic efficiency; employment opportunity; employment opportunities; earnings capacity; private provider; health clinics; safe water; greater access; saving institution; family labor; Equal Opportunity; household welfare; secondary enrollment; simulation analysis; income growth; domestic chore; low-income family; price change; price level; legal right; persistent inequality; traditional bank; peer pressure

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King,Elizabeth M. Mason,Andrew D.

Engendering development through gender equality in rights, resources, and voice : summary (English). A World Bank policy research report Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/418121468762028409/Engendering-development-through-gender-equality-in-rights-resources-and-voice-summary