Gender indicators for South Sudan

Gender indicators for South Sudan

  • Updated January 30, 2020 | Dataset date: Jan 1, 1960-Dec 31, 2019
    This dataset updates: Every year
    Contains data from the World Bank's data portal. There is also a consolidated country dataset on HDX. Gender equality is a core development objective in its own right. It is also smart development policy and sound business practice. It is integral to economic growth, business growth and good development outcomes. Gender equality can boost productivity, enhance prospects for the next generation, build resilience, and make institutions more representative and effective. In December 2015, the World Bank Group Board discussed our new Gender Equality Strategy 2016-2023, which aims to address persistent gaps and proposed a sharpened focus on more and better gender data. The Bank Group is continually scaling up commitments and expanding partnerships to fill significant gaps in gender data. The database hosts the latest sex-disaggregated data and gender statistics covering demography, education, health, access to economic opportunities, public life and decision-making, and agency. Indicators: Access to anti-retroviral drugs, Adjusted net enrollment rate, Adolescent fertility rate, Age at first marriage, Age population, Births attended by skilled health staff, Cause of death, Child employment in agriculture, Child employment in manufacturing, Child employment in services, Children in employment, Children out of school, Contraceptive prevalence, Contributing family workers, Educational attainment, Employers, Employment in agriculture, Employment in industry, Employment in services, Employment to population ratio, Female migrants, Fertility rate, Firms with female participation in ownership, Firms with female top manager, Gross intake ratio in first grade of primary education, Labor force, Labor force participation rate, Law mandates equal remuneration for females and males for work of equal value, Law mandates nondiscrimination based on gender in hiring, Law mandates paid or unpaid maternity leave, Law prohibits or invalidates child or early marriage, Legislation exists on domestic violence, Legislation explicitly criminalizes marital rape, Legislation specifically addresses sexual harassment, Life expectancy at age 60, Life expectancy at birth, Lifetime risk of maternal death, Literacy rate, Married women are required by law to obey their husbands, Married women can obtain a national ID card in the same way as married men, Maternal mortality ratio, Maternity leave, Maternity leave benefits, Mortality rate, Mothers are guaranteed an equivalent position after maternity leave, Nondiscrimination clause mentions gender in the constitution, Nonpregnant and nonnursing women can do the same jobs as men, Own-account workers, Pregnant women receiving prenatal care, Prevalence of HIV, Prevalence of underweight, Primary completion rate, Primary education, Proportion of seats held by women in national parliaments, Proportion of women in ministerial level positions, Ratio of female to male youth unemployment rate, Repeaters, Rural population, School enrollment, Secondary education, Self-employed, Survival to age 65, Unemployment, Urban population, Vulnerable employment, Wage and salaried workers, Women who believe a husband is justified in beating his wife, Women who were first married by age 15, Women who were first married by age 18, Women's share of population ages 15+ living with HIV