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Gender in the South Caucasus : a snapshot of key issues and indicators (anglais)

Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia have made progress in many gender-related aspects in the past decade and show outcomes that are in some cases an improvement over the regional Europe and Central Asia (ECA) average. Despite this progress, gender disparities remain in endowments (demographics and education), access to economic opportunities (labor markets) and women’s voice in the South Caucasus countries. One of the most salient gender issues in the South Caucasus is that of ‘missing women’. Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia have a high sex imbalance at birth, with an average of 14 percent more male births than female births (highest in Azerbaijan at 17 percent). Sex ratios have been increasing since the 1990s in the South Caucasus, while staying stable in neighboring countries.


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    Gender in the South Caucasus : a snapshot of key issues and indicators

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    Gender Gap;primary net enrollment rate;net secondary enrollment rate;official primary school age;labor force participation;adolescent fertility rate;primary enrollment rate;official school age;gender wage gap;share of woman;tertiary enrollment rate;maternal mortality rate;fields of study;secondary education level;Labor Market;national household survey;number of victims;trafficking in persons;number of pupils;sex ratio;births per woman;male labor force;female unemployment rate;high unemployment rate;male life expectancy;enrollment for boy;live birth;firm ownership;political participation;missing data;enterprise survey;gender issue;portfolio performance;average earning;sectoral employment;total employment;agricultural sector;average share;occupational segregation;monthly wage;rural population;regional pattern;female workers;smaller share;women worker;participation rate;male mortality;male adult;management position;political arena;male student;women minister;gender segregation;high enrollment;urban sector;disaggregated level;gender imbalance;gender disparity;self-employment rate;



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