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About The Data

Gender data can be used to identify how gender identity and expression impact individuals’ access to resources, services, and opportunities. This information–when accurate and accessible–can bring light to inequalities and help governments and service providers design better intervention strategies to close gaps. Having transparent and complete gender data goes beyond technical capacity–governments must commit themselves to gender equity by dedicating enough resources to collect the necessary gender data.

Experts from CHANGE cities are working together to collect both quantitative and qualitative data on locally-focused gender equity indicators. Read more about how CHANGE developed our indicators here. These indicators aim to help cities track progress along four categories where women and girls historically experience disparate conditions and outcomes:

Economic Opportunity

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local governance

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physical autonomy

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built environment

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