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Learn about Iraq's ranking in the gender equality index


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Post by rocky on Wed 05 Jun 2019, 6:58 am

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[size=52]Learn about Iraq's ranking in the gender equality index[/size]

[size=45]Algeria ranked first among the Arab countries in the Gender Equality Index (2019), while Yemen and Mauritania came at the end of the index, which measures 51 indicators of equality in 129 countries around the world, covering about 95% of the world's girls and women.
[size=45]Equal Measures 2030 (Equal Measures 2030), a British civil society organization dedicated to promoting gender equality in the world, released Monday the 2030 Index of Equality in Achieving Sustainable Development Goals, which the United Nations had previously called for.[/size]
[size=45]The measurement is based on 51 indicators covering 14 out of 17 sustainable development goals developed by the United Nations.[/size]
[size=45]The extent to which countries achieved gender equality was measured in a score of 0 to 100, with an average level of 65.7 percent, an excellent score of 90 and higher. The organization noted that no country in the world had achieved "excellent" but Denmark came before (89.3 percent).[/size]
[size=45]The report found that no country in the world has reached the "last mile" in achieving equality.[/size]
[size=45]According to the organization, 1.4 billion girls and women (about 40 percent of the world's women and girls) live in countries that have "failed to achieve gender equality".[/size]
[size=45]"No country is doing the ambitious work needed to tackle the intractable problems of even the best countries in the report," said Allison Holder, WHO's director. "Even countries with the highest scores need to do a lot, especially on complex issues like climate change, Equal representation in strong positions, gender wage gaps and gender-based violence.[/size]
[size=45]The organization acknowledged that gender equality is rising in high-income countries. Some low-income countries, however, achieved good grades, such as Rwanda, which ranked fifth in terms of women's physical security, and Kenya, which surpassed three quarters of the world in digital banking.[/size]
[size=45]Melinda Gates, the Melinda & Bill Gates Foundation partner, said at a conference in Vancouver, Maine, where the report was presented as "a warning bell to the world."[/size]
[size=45]Here is the ranking of the highest and lowest countries in the world, followed by the ranking of the Arab countries, according to the report.[/size]
[size=45]Of the top 20 countries, 18 are in Europe and North America and two are in Asia (New Zealand and Australia).[/size]
[size=45]Ranking of the first 10 countries and their percentage:[/size]
[size=45]1. Denmark (89.3)[/size]
[size=45]2. Finland (88.8)[/size]
[size=45]3. Sweden (88)[/size]
[size=45]Norway (87.7)[/size]
[size=45]5. Netherlands (86.8)[/size]
[size=45]6. Slovenia (86.5)[/size]
[size=45]7. Germany (86.2)[/size]
[size=45]8. Canada (85.8)[/size]
[size=45]9. Ireland (85.4)[/size]
[size=45]10. Australia (85.2)[/size]
[size=45]The 10 countries that sponsor the report, including two in the Middle East and North Africa (Yemen and Mauritania)[/size]
[size=45]1. Chad: 129 worldwide (33.4)[/size]
[size=45]2. The Democratic Republic of the Congo: 128 worldwide (38.2)[/size]
[size=45]3. Congo: the world's 127 (44)[/size]
[size=45]4- Yemen: 126th globally (44.7)[/size]
[size=45]5. Niger: the world's 125 (44.9)[/size]
[size=45]6. Mauritania: The world's 124 countries (45)[/size]
[size=45]7. Mali: 123 worldwide (46)[/size]
[size=45]8. Nigeria: the world's 122 (46.1)[/size]
[size=45]9. Liberia: 121 worldwide (47.3)[/size]
[size=45]10 Sierra Leone: 120 worldwide (47.6)[/size]
[size=45]The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) average performance was 60.8 percent, with the region being the second lowest in the world, after Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa (average 51.1 percent).[/size]
[size=45]However, the report said the region had achieved good results in terms of access to basic services, energy and infrastructure, and said all countries had almost complete electricity coverage except for Yemen.[/size]
[size=45]However, the region has declined in indicators of women's legal rights, including ownership of land, equality in the workplace and the availability of legal grounds for abortion.[/size]
[size=45]Middle East Countries Ranking:[/size]
[size=45]1. Israel: World Ranking 31 (76.7)[/size]
[size=45]2. Algeria: 65th ranking globally (66.9)[/size]
[size=45]3. Tunisia: World ranking 65 (66)[/size]
[size=45]4. Turkey: World Ranking 70 (65.2)[/size]
[size=45]5. Jordan: World ranking 85 (60.4)[/size]
[size=45]6. Lebanon: World ranking 86 (60.2)[/size]
[size=45]7. Egypt: World Ranking (59.7)[/size]
[size=45]8. Morocco: World's 88th Ranking (59.3)[/size]
[size=45]9. Saudi Arabia: World Ranking 92 (57.4)[/size]
[size=45]10. Iraq: the world's 103rd ranking (52.3)[/size]
[size=45]11. Mauritania: World Ranking 124 (45)[/size]
[size=45]12. Yemen: World's 126th ranking (44.7)[/size]

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