Existence of systems to track and make public allocations for gender equality and women’s empowerment.


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Indicator E.1 is a regional indicator adapted from SDG 5.c.1 “Proportion of countries with systems to track and make public allocations for gender equality and women’s empowerment and allocate public funds for that purpose, to reflect the situation of each country vis-à-vis the institutions and the resources used to follow-up systems to monitor gender equality and women’s empowerment. UN-Women presented concepts related to public finance management systems that incorporate gender equality, together with characteristics of public allocations and expenditures that make it possible to monitor gender equality. This information is contained in a preliminary version of the March 2016 metadata. Further information at: https://unstats.un.org/sdgs/files/metadata-compilation/Metadata-Goal-5.pdf.

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Priority Measures

E.47 - Institutional mechanisms for women's autonomy and gender equality

Fulfil the commitment to strengthen institutional machineries in order to build development policies with equality that will guarantee the autonomy of women and gender equality, and give these machineries the autonomy and the necessary human and financial resources to enable them to have a cross-cutting impact on the structure of the State, recognizing the strategic role that they play and establishing them at the highest level.

G.81 - Territorial development with a gender and human rights perspective

Plan and manage territorial and urban development, from a human rights and gender perspective, by formulating mobility, population settlement and activity location policies that contemplate, among their objectives, avoiding the use of vulnerable and protected areas and preventing and mitigating the impact of socioenvironmental disasters and combating the environmental vulnerability of those living in poverty and ethnic and racial groups who are subject to discrimination, as well as climate change mitigation and adaptation.
E. Gender equality