Region:Asia Pacific Current UN Women Plan Period Afghanisthan:2018-2022
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i-icon Population:209,497,025 Source of population data: United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division (2022). World Population Prospects: The 2022 Revision Male:19,976,265 (9.5%) Female:189,520,760 (90.5%)
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outcome GTM_D_4.1XM-DAC-41146-GTM_D_4.1

By 2025, the strengthened State institutions will increase citizen security, access to justice, and the transformation of conflicts, seeking greater coordination at the national and local levels. (UNSDCF Pillar 4. Peace, security and justice. Outcome 4.1.)

Outcome details
SDG Alignment
SDG Goal
SDG Goal
Strategic Plan Thematic (Impact) Areas
Strategic Plan Thematic (Impact) Areas
Women, Peace and Security
Strategic Plan Outcome Areas
Strategic Plan Outcome Areas
Leadership
Policy Marker GENDER EQUALITY
Humanitarian Scope Yes
UN System Function Capacity development and technical assistance Integrated policy advice and thought leadership Support functions UN system coordination (discontinued)
Outcome Description

By 2025, the strengthened State institutions will increase citizen security, access to justice, and the transformation of conflicts, seeking greater coordination at the national and local levels. (UNSDCF Pillar 4. Peace, security and justice. Outcome 4.1.)

UN Partners
UN Partner
UNDP
Resources
$946.73 K Planned Budget
$289.03 K Actual Budget
$946.73 K Planned Budget
$289.03 K Actual Budget and Shortfall
$267.01 K Expenses
Funding Partners Regular Resources (Core): Other Resources (Non-Core)/ Funding Partners: Total Other Resources (Non-Core) $222,770
Outcome Indicator and ResultsPlan Period : 2022-2025
outcome GTM_D_4.1
B - Baseline M - Milestones T - Target
Outcome Statement
Indicator Statement
Year BMTs Reported Result
By 2025, the strengthened State institutions will increase citizen security, access to justice, and the transformation of conflicts, seeking greater coordination at the national and local levels. (UNSDCF Pillar 4. Peace, security and justice. Outcome 4.1.)
GTM_D_4.1A

Number of institutions of the justice and security sectors with strengthened capacity to mainstream gender and promote the rights of women and girls in conflict, post-conflict and other crisis situations

2017 (B) 3 N/A
2022 (M) No Available 0
2023 (M) No Available 0
2024 (M) No Available 0
2025 (T) No Available 0
GTM_D_4.1B

Number of civil society organizations and networks, directly supported by UN-Women to influence peace processes

2017 (B) 6 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_0.5.4

Level of influence of civil society organizations working on gender equality and women's empowerment, including women’s organizations, in key normative, policy and peace processes (CO, RO, HQ)

2021 (B) TBD N/A
2022 (M) TBD 1 process (Cedaw) with an incidence level of 4 in 2022
2023 (M) TBD 1 process (Cedaw) with an incidence level of 4 in 2022
2024 (M) TBD 1 process (Cedaw) with an incidence level of 4 in 2022
2025 (T) TBD 1 process (Cedaw) with an incidence level of 4 in 2022
SP_D_4.1A

SP 5.13.1: Number of institutions of the justice and security sectors with strengthened capacity to mainstream gender perspectives and promote the rights of women and girls in conflict, post-conflict and other crisis situations

2017 (B) 3 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_4.1B

SP 5.13.2: Number of sexual and gender-based violence justice experts deployed to national, regional and international accountability mechanisms(Not for country reporting)

(B) - N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_4.1C

SP 5.13.3: Number of civil society organizations and networks, directly supported by UN-Women to influence peace processes

2017 (B) 5 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_4.1D

SP 5.13.4: Number of counter terrorism (CT) and countering/preventing violent extremism (C/PVE) policies and programmes that have integrated women peace and security priorities, developed and/or implemented with UN-Women’s support (Not for country reporting)

(B) - N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_4.2

Percentage of women mediators, negotiators, and signatories in major peace processes (Desk Review)

(B) - N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_4.3

Percentage of women and girls as direct beneficiaries in coordinated humanitarian responses (Not for unit reporting)

(B) - N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_4.4

SDG 1.5.1, 11.5.1, 13.1.1: Number of deaths, missing persons and directly affected persons attributed to disasters per 100,000 population (Desk Review)

(B) - N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
Output Indicator and Results
output GTM_D_4.1.1
Output Statement
Indicator Statement
Year BMTs Reported Result
: State institutions consolidate their capacities and coordinate to develop initiatives for women's access to security, justice, transformative reparation; conflict transformation, sustaining peace and the rule of law. Planned Budget: $496.50 K
Actual Budget and Shortfall: $156.42 K
Expenses: $148.81 K
GTM_D_4.1.1A

Number of law proposals that respond to Women, Peace and Security commitments.

2017 (B) 6 N/A
2022 (M) 1 1
2023 (M) 1 1
2024 (M) 1 1
2025 (T) 1 1
GTM_D_4.1.1B

Number of peace, security and justice state institutions that reform their strategies, policies and normative frameworks to enhance women’s participation in state and ancestral justice delivery, in accordance with international commitments on Women, Peace, and Security.

2017 (B) 5 N/A
2022 (M) 10 0
2023 (M) 10 0
2024 (M) 10 0
2025 (T) 10 0
GTM_D_4.1.1C

Number of ancestral justice bodies whose capacities to provide justice to Maya, Garifuna, Xinca, Mestizo and Ladino women are strengthened, with UN-Women’s support.

2017 (B) 4 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
GTM_D_4.1.1D

Number of institutions that strengthen their capacities to investigate, prosecute and provide integral reparation for conflict and post-conflict related women’s human rights violations, particularly sexual violence

2017 (B) 1 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
GTM_D_4.1.1E

Number of inter-institutional strategies, policies and normative frameworks to eradicate impunity, provide transforming reparation and prevent conflict and post-conflict related women’s rights violations.

2017 (B) 1 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_0.1.h

Number of multi-stakeholder dialogue processes to promote engagement of governments with civil society and other partners to advance gender equality and women's empowerment (CO, RO, HQ)

2021 (B) TBD N/A
2022 (M) 1 0
2023 (M) 1 0
2024 (M) 1 0
2025 (T) 1 0
output GTM_D_4.1.2
Output Statement
Indicator Statement
Year BMTs Reported Result
: Women, indigenous women, and defenders lead initiatives for improved protection, access to justice, transformative reparation, sustaining peace and the rule of law. Planned Budget: $334.29 K
Actual Budget and Shortfall: $29.25 K
Expenses: $30.05 K
GTM_D_4.1.2A

Number of women in decision making positions that increase their capacities to design, promote and negotiate measures to advance the Women, Peace and Security Agenda.

2017 (B) 19 N/A
2022 (M) 2 2
2023 (M) 2 2
2024 (M) 2 2
2025 (T) 2 2
GTM_D_4.1.2B

Number of civil society organizations and networks, directly supported by UN-Women to influence peace processes and participate in integral reparation for conflict and post-conflict related women’s human rights violations, particularly sexual violence.

2017 (B) 5 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
GTM_D_4.1.2C

Number of evidence based proposals generated by women organizations/women’s human rights defenders to contribute to peace building, transitional justice, conflict resolution and women's access to justice processes.

2017 (B) 3 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_0.5.d

Number of civil society organizations working on gender equality and women's empowerment, especially women’s organizations, that have strengthened capacity to exercise their leadership role towards the achievement of gender equality and women’s empowerment (CO, RO, HQ)

2020 (B) 0 N/A
2022 (M) 2 0
2023 (M) 2 0
2024 (M) 2 0
2025 (T) 2 0
output GTM_D_4.1.3
Output Statement
Indicator Statement
Year BMTs Reported Result
: More women participate and lead humanitarian response and post-disaster recovery interventions, applying the humanitarian - peace - development triple nexus. Planned Budget: $115.94 K
Actual Budget and Shortfall: $103.37 K
Expenses: $88.14 K
GTM_D_4.1.3A

Number of inter-agency projects that respond to WPS's commitments and the seven-point action plan of the SG

2017 (B) 9 N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
SP_D_0.4.c

Number of women’s organizations with increased capacities to deliver and/or monitor the quality of services, resources and goods for women in humanitarian and development settings (CO)

2020 (B) TBD N/A
2022 (M) TBD 1
2023 (M) TBD 1
2024 (M) TBD 1
2025 (T) TBD 1
SP_D_0.7.b

GLOBAL/UNIT: Number of UN System coordination mechanisms in which UN-Women is actively engaged that drive progress on gender mainstreaming mandates and commitments at global, regional and country levels

0000 (B) - N/A
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (M) To be reported
2025 (T) To be reported
Strategic Note Outcome Progress NoteShowing data of :2021

Commitments on women, peace, security, justice, and humanitarian actions are shaped by women leadership are implemented by the Guatemalan State with UNW support.

UN Women supported women’s actions to contribute and increase their influence in sustaining peace, to preventing natural disasters, and to equally benefit from humanitarian action. Main results for 2021 include: • Improved coordination and capacities of the United Nations System (UNS) to respond to Women, Peace, and Security (WPS) commitments, and the triple humanitarian nexus through: (1) The integration of a gender perspective in the Humanitarian Needs Overview and the Humanitarian Response Plan by each of the clusters, as a result of technical accompaniement, expert support, and joint work through the UN Women-led Humanitarian Country Team's Gender Working Group. (2). The adoption of a compulsory Code of Conduct through the new Letter of Understanding among humanitarian actors. The Code of Conduct was elaborated by the Gender Working Group of the Humanitarian Country Team - GTGEHP led by UN Women, as requested by the general assembly and based on the results of a diagnosis on the matter. • UN Women has continued strengthening the capacities of the relevant institutions to comply with the commitments on women, peace, security, and justice, including: i) 44 judges of the Judicial Branch strengthened their knowledge of cyber violence. ii) 78 officials (7 men, 71 women) including psychologists and social workers from the Comprehensive Care System for Victims of the Specialized Courts for Femicide, Other Forms of Violence against Women and Sexual Violence improved their capacities to produce data with a victims centered approach and developed a culture of statistical data production for evidence-based decision-making in the justice sector. iii) 64 officials from the Municipal Directorates for Women (DMM) from the departments of Izabal, Alta Verapaz, Santa Rosa, Escuintla, Suchitepéquez, Jutiapa, and Guatemala strengthened their capacities in management for the economic, political and social leadership of women with UN Women’s support. • Progress in strengthening the capacities of non-governmental actors to maintain peace and participation include: i) The establishment of multilevel monitoring tables, to advance the implementation of the worldwide paradigmatic transformative reparation sentence of the Sepur Zarco Case. ii) 92 women leaders from the departments of Chimaltenango (33 women leaders), Alta Verapaz (24 women leaders) and Guatemala City (35 women leaders) increased their skills in conflict analysis, strategic planning, advocacy and leadership, addressing hate speech and digital management. iii) 51 adult and young indigenous women leaders identify as peacebuilders, have developed and are managing initiatives to transform social norms that lead to hate speech changing the narrative to potentiate women’s leadership, and promote strategies of urban, rural, and cyber protection. Iv) As a result of UN Women-supported interventions to empower women leaders at the local level, with a direct impact on the social distribution of power, 25 women leaders are now participating in decision-making spaces through the organizational structures of the System of Development Councils (SISCODE) in the departments of Alta Verapaz, Chimaltenango, and Guatemala City.
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