The Gender perspective is imperative to formulate and enforce a holistic, inclusive and non-discriminatory regime of policies. As an indispensable prelude to this end, the “Compendium on Gender Statistics 2004” presents gender disaggregated data on population, education, health, family planning, employment and public representation. Besides, international comparison of some important gender sensitive indicators has also been included to provide for collective self-reflection.
This document is an up-date of its maiden predecessor of 1998, prepared in accordance with UN standards and international practices, under the financial and technical assistance of the Asian Development Bank. Despite no project facilitation and, exclusive reliance on mail inquiry, all possible efforts have been made to collect the latest available data from the sources.
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