The compilation, analysis and dissemination of gender statistics are critical to capture the specific realities in the life of women and men. They are powerful tool to highlight aspects of gender inequality, and to provide an evidence base for developing and monitoring policies and programmes oriented towards reducing these inequalities.
Post blast Beirut leads a long road into Reform, Recovery and Reconstruction. UNDP’s Leave No One Behind report released in September 2020 outlines 7 requirements to an inclusive and just recovery process. One key requirement being, that all efforts are people centered and data driven at the same time, rather than building centered and reconstruction based.
Beirut, 20 October 2021: The Central Administration of Statistics (CAS), in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), launched today Lebanon’s first gender statistical report entitled “The life of Women and Men in Lebanon: A Statistical Portrait”.
Fake news is nothing new. It has been around for a long time and has been largely used as a means of misinformation particularly in wars, because of its ability to twist facts and influence public opinion. With the rapid rise of smartphones and social media
Learn more about Lebanon's anti-corruption agenda and laws.
UNDP partnered with “Madaniyat” to develop a national survey on “Women in Politics: Delving into Women Empowerment, Perceptions and Attitudes” which was conducted during the period of January – March 2021.

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