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Lao PDR gender profile (英语)

This gender profile was developed by the Gender Resource Information and Development Centre (GRID), a capacity building project of the Lao women's union with support and assistance from the World Bank. Data was collected from secondary sources as well as interviews and field visits to Government ministries and institutions, international organizations and individuals. Earlier drafts of the profile were shared with stakeholders for their comments and inputs. The gender profile aims at: (1) facilitating the implementation of the National Growth and Poverty Eradication Strategy (NGPES) by providing sex-disaggregated data and information for planning gender sensitive programs; (2) providing a baseline document for government ministries and institutions, donor community and international organizations in their work aimed at reducing poverty and promoting gender equality and empowerment; and (3) enabling a better understanding of the roles and status of men and women in the Lao PDR in the development process, consequently leading to policies and programs that address gender imbalances or disparities.

详细

  • 作者

    Siliphong, Mr. Phothong Mihyo, Ms. Zuki Al-Hamad, Ms. Laila Brown, Ms. Gillian Phonyaphanh, Ms. Nalinthone

  • 文件日期

    2005/11/01

  • 文件类型

    工作文件

  • 报告号

    45375

  • 卷号

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • 国家

    老挝,

  • 地区

    东亚与太平洋区,

  • 发布日期

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • 文件名称

    Lao PDR gender profile

  • 关键词

    access to health care service;principle of equality between woman;form of discrimination against woman;ethnic group;care of the aged;Reproductive and Child Health;demand for health services;access to health facility;millennium development goal;eighteen years of age;quality health care;quality of health care;number of ethnic groups;promotion of gender equality;gender gap in education;ethnic minority groups;agriculture and forestry;violence against woman;promoting gender equality;enhancement of woman;trafficking in persons;analysis of gender;implementation of law;national development plan;incidence of poverty;remote rural village;minority ethnic group;acts of rape;rapid rural assessment;advancement of woman;Access to Education;gender focal point;international development agency;joint land use;age of eighteen;participation in politics;proportion of woman;land use right;education and health;population growth rate;ministries of health;poverty reduction effort;labour force participation;lack of road;position in society;land use pattern;access to land;Migration and Remittances;protection of woman;control over resources;equality in access;culture and tradition;lack of interest;amount of cash;lack of education;growth and development;achieving gender equality;maternal mortality rate;removal of subsidy;income earning activity;international labor organization;free market economy;number of road;safe drinking water;asian financial crisis;seasonal food shortage;equality of opportunity;income generating activity;access to infrastructure;care of child;gender working group;work long hour;immunization of child;total labor force;traditional gender roles;low educational indicator;centrally planned economy;situation of women;per capita income;rural area;equal right;gender mainstreaming;Natural Resources;cultural context;international convention;living standard;bride price;gender strategy;remote area;legal framework;sex-disaggregated data;extension service;national defense;agricultural work;informal sector;living condition;gender awareness;international economy;language family;village development;national policy;social attitude;social relationship;foreign affair;women's empowerment;gender relation;rural resource;tin mine;import duty;gender issue;historical context;mainstreaming gender;geographic setting;geographic distribution;marriage customs;socio-economic development;sustainable forestry;ethnic background;shifting cultivation;livestock disease;family law;poverty headcount;exchange rate;Exchange Rates;wet season;customary land;land register;women's right;women's status;donor agencies;human capacity;village levels;gender analysis;raise awareness;Basic Education;ethnic relation;commercial initiatives;Equal Opportunity;drug abuse;small-scale enterprise;social infrastructure;wood product;handicraft production;human rights;highland areas;Electric Power;religious backgrounds;foreign capital;sweet potato;agricultural income;geographic location;safe motherhood;medical assistant;sexual relation;capital punishment;wood processing;traditional customs;cement manufacturing;female child;gender training;remote village;national independence;law student;institutional framework;disadvantaged people;equal participation;female illiteracy;educational background;traditional beliefs;child birth;economic security;market rate;birth attendant;non-governmental organization;early marriage;price liberalization;children's right;attending school;water resource;Vocational Training;tariff cut;forest product;subsistence agriculture;legal education;crop cultivation;socio-economic status;water buffalo;public expenditure;stabilization measure;enabling environment;monetary control;tax collection;equal access;gender concern;cultural attitude;social outcasts;productive resource;vicious cycle;health practice;child support;research department;tariff level;paddy field;safe delivery;Property Law;donor community;economic integration;rice field;add on;district authority;forestry committee

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