Region:Asia Pacific Current UN Women Plan Period Afghanisthan:2018-2022
i-icon World Bank Income Classification:Low Income The World Bank classifies economies for analytical purposes into four income groups: low, lower-middle, upper-middle, and high income. For this purpose it uses gross national income (GNI) per capita data in U.S. dollars, converted from local currency using the World Bank Atlas method, which is applied to smooth exchange rate fluctuations. i-icon Least Developed Country:Yes Since 1971, the United Nations has recognized LDCs as a category of States that are deemed highly disadvantaged in their development process, for structural, historical and also geographical reasons. Three criteria are used: per capita income, human assets, and economic vulnerability. i-icon Gender Inequality Index:0.575 GII is a composite metric of gender inequality using three dimensions: reproductive health, empowerment and the labour market. A low GII value indicates low inequality between women and men, and vice-versa. i-icon Gender Development Index:0.723 GDI measures gender inequalities in achievement in three basic dimensions of human development: health, education, and command over economic resources.
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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Showing country level data of 2022
outcome MLI_D_4.1XM-DAC-41146-MLI_D_4.1

By 2024, people are resilient to conflict, live reconciled and in harmony in a peaceful and secure environment that respects human rights and positive cultural traditions. (Related to SP_D_4.1 : More commitments on women, peace and security are implemented by Member States and the UN system, and more gender equality advocates influence peace and security processes)

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
Policies and Institutions
Strategic Plan Outcome Areas
Leadership
Policy Marker GENDER EQUALITY
Humanitarian Scope Yes
UN System Function Advocacy, communications and social mobilization Capacity development and technical assistance Comprehensive and disaggregated data (discontinued) Direct support and service delivery Support functions
Outcome Description

By 2024, people are resilient to conflict, live reconciled and in harmony in a peaceful and secure environment that respects human rights and positive cultural traditions. (Related to SP_D_4.1 : More commitments on women, peace and security are implemented by Member States and the UN system, and more gender equality advocates influence peace and security processes)

UN Partners
UN Partner
UNAIDS
UN Partner
UNDP
UN Partner
UNFPA
UN Partner
UNICEF
Resources
$6.83 M Planned Budget
$4.00 M Actual Budget
$6.83 M Planned Budget
$4.00 M Actual Budget and Shortfall
$2.58 M Expenses
Funding Partners Regular Resources (Core): Other Resources (Non-Core)/ Funding Partners: Total Other Resources (Non-Core) $3,775,349
Outcome Indicator and ResultsPlan Period : 2020-2024
outcome MLI_D_4.1
B - Baseline M - Milestones T - Target
Outcome Statement
Indicator Statement
Year BMTs Reported Result
By 2024, people are resilient to conflict, live reconciled and in harmony in a peaceful and secure environment that respects human rights and positive cultural traditions. (Related to SP_D_4.1 : More commitments on women, peace and security are implemented by Member States and the UN system, and more gender equality advocates influence peace and security processes)
MLI_D_4.1A

% of project or decision targeting women that is actually implemented

2010 (B) 2 N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (T) To be reported
MLI_D_4.1B

Level of implementation of the peace agreement

2019 (B) ND N/A
2020 (M) 100% 30
2021 (M) 100% 30
2022 (M) 100% 30
2023 (M) 100% 30
2024 (T) 100% 30
SP_D_0.1.4

Number of laws that were adopted, revised or repealed to advance gender equality and women’s empowerment (CO)

2021 (B) 2 N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) 4 -
2023 (M) 4 -
2024 (T) 0 -
SP_D_0.1.5

Number of national and/or local (multi) sectoral strategies, policies and/or action plans that are adopted with a focus on gender equality (CO)

2021 (B) 22 N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) 21 -
2023 (M) 21 -
2024 (T) 21 -
SP_D_0.1.7

Number of adopted National Action Plans on Women, Peace and Security with monitoring indicators (CO)

(B) - N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) Yes -
2024 (T) Yes -
SP_D_0.7.6

Percentage of HCT response plans and strategies that demonstrate the integration of gender equality (Desk Review)

2021 (B) 100 N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) 100 -
2023 (M) 100 -
2024 (T) 100 -
SP_D_0.7.7

Number of UN entities implementing disaster risk reduction, resilience or recovery initiatives with a focus on gender equality and women´s empowerment (Desk Review)

2021 (B) 7 N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) 7 -
2023 (M) 7 -
2024 (T) 7 -
SP_D_2.4

SDG 11.5.1 Number of people whose livelihoods were disrupted or destroyed, attributed to disasters, by sex (Not for unit reporting)

(B) - N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (T) To be reported
SP_D_4.1

SDG 16.7.1: Proportions of positions in national and local institutions, including (a) the legislatures; (b) the public service; and (c) the judiciary, compared to national distributions, by sex, age, persons with disabilities and population groups in fragile, crisis or conflict-affected countries (or territories) (UNDP) (Not for unit reporting)

(B) - N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (T) To be reported
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) 18 N/A
2020 (M) 4 34
2021 (M) 8 34
2022 (M) 10 34
2023 (M) 10 34
2024 (T) 10 34
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
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (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) 13 N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) 10 32
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (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
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (T) To be reported
SP_D_4.2

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

(B) - N/A
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (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
2020 (M) To be reported
2021 (M) To be reported
2022 (M) To be reported
2023 (M) To be reported
2024 (T) To be reported
Strategic Note Outcome Progress NoteShowing data of :2021

By 2024, people are resilient to conflict, live reconciled and in harmony in a peaceful and secure environment that respects human rights and positive cultural traditions. (Related to SP_D_4.1 : More commitments on women, peace and security are implemented by Member States and the UN system, and more gender equality advocates influence peace and security processes)

The outcome is partially achieved during the course of 2021. However, during the year significant progress was made on women's participation in the peace process. The participation of 9 women as members of the National Committee for the Follow-up of the Implementation of the Agreement (CSA) is strengthened 6 years after the signing of the Agreement. This is one of the most significant results in terms of women's political participation in the peace process. The political commitment of the three signatory parties to the Peace Agreement to ensure the involvement of women in this monitoring body of the political peace process has intensified in 2021 with their decision to appoint 3 additional women to the CSA (which will increase their level of representation to 37.5% when effective) and 12 women to the 5 technical sub-commissions. This change is a real transformation in Mali and is the result of intense advocacy since the first Ouagadougou Peace Accords for women to participate fully in negotiation and peace frameworks. The reports of the UN Secretary General and the Independent Observer recognize the contribution of women in the National Committee for the Follow-up of the Implementation of the Agreement (CSA). UN Women has contributed significantly to the implementation of women members of the CSA a capacity building programme by providing technical (advisory support, training tools, provision of resource persons and trainers), logistics and financial support. UN Women contribution is recognized by the reports of the UN Secretary General's periodic reports on the situation in Mali. UN Women worked with in close partnership with the Folke Bernadotte Academy (FBA), MINUSMA, the Ministry of reconciliation peace and national cohesion in charge of the agreement for peace and national reconciliation and the Ministry for the Promotion of women children and the family, with the technical support from the Office of the high representative of the president of the transition for the monitoring of the implementation of the agreement. Based on the context analysis to date, the theory of change is still relevant in 2021. The strategy has not been changed. By 2021, women members of the CSA have enhanced their knowledge and skills to better ensure their full and effective participation in the CSA. There is a process of transformation towards stronger leadership during this programme. Before, many of the new women appointed to the CSA did not feel confident to perform their role alongside men. Gradually, observations and evaluations of the training they have received show an increase in their self-confidence and public speaking skills. They can engage in discussions on sensitive issues on the peace and reconciliation agreement, express their positions and listen to those of others without tension between them, which was not the case at the beginning. They recognize the importance of collaborating and coordinating with each other and with the men in their delegations before, during and after CSA’s sessions. The participation of men in the capacity building programme, including the heads of delegation of the two formed armed movements (CMA and Platform), was remarkable and provided qualitative inputs in terms of sharing their learning about the dynamics within the CSA, advising on strategies to bring women's issues to the table and influence decisions. They also acknowledged that they have a better understanding of gender mainstreaming and are committed to supporting the consideration of women's needs in the implementation of the Peace Agreement. The mood between the two groups is very positive during the training sessions and fosters the conditions for good collaboration between them. A capacity building programme should include all members of the peace mechanism, not just women, to ensure that men are open to gender issues and facilitate the consideration of their needs.
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