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At the current rate of progress, it may take close to 300 years to achieve full gender equality, the Progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG): The Gender Snapshot 2022 shows.
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The overall objective of the assessment is to develop a comprehensive assessment of the state of equality between women and men in Moldova in education, health, economic opportunities, and voice and agency.
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At the policy level, the goal of the programme is to improve the legislative and normative framework to ensure employment and social protection of women. The resulting laws and policies on labour and social protection will, in fact, promote and facilitate the employment and social protection of women. At the institutional level, the main goal is to support and develop the capacities of key stakeholders responsible for implementation of policies, which promote and protect women’s rights...
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UN Women Moldova Strategic Note for 2018-2022 - Summary
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Turning promises into action: Gender equality in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development”, UN Women’s new flagship report, provides a comprehensive and authoritative assessment of progress, gaps and challenges in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from a gender perspective. The report monitors global and regional trends in achieving the SDGs for women and girls based on available data, and provides practical guidance for the implementation of gender-responsive policies and accountability processes. As a source of high-quality data and policy analysis, the report is a key reference and accountability tool for policymakers, women’s organizations, the UN system, and other stakeholders.
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In Moldova, violence against women is widespread and systemic phenomenon. According to the research undertaken by the National Bureau of Statistics there are more than 63 percent of women and girls aged 15-65 who have experienced at least one form of violence during their lifetime.
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Gender responsive budgeting (GRB) means gender mainstreaming in the budget process, which involves regular assessment and analysis of the budget impact on women and men, corroborated by the analysis and adjustment of relevant policies to reduce gender disparities. This type of budgeting promotes greater accountability on the performance of governments in using public resources by purpose in correlation with the needs of beneficiaries, women and men, girls and boys, and applies the gender mainstreaming in all public policies in accordance with international treaties and national development strategies.