World Bank Gender Action Plan

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World Bank Gender Action Plan
World Bank Gender Action Plan
Gender Equality as Smart Economics
Mayra Buvinic
Director, PRMGE
May 17, 2007
1
Objective
Advance women’s economic empowerment in client
countries to:

promote shared growth

accelerate the implementation of MDG 3
2
Rationale
“Forget China, India and the internet: economic growth is
driven by women.”
The Economist, April 2006.
 Natural fit between core competencies of World Bank &
IFC and Action Plan objective
3
Bank Progress in
Gender Mainstreaming
Operations Ahead of Analysis
100%
80%
60%
Lending Operations
Analytical work
40%
20%
0%
FY01
FY02
FY03
FY04
FY05
FY06
Source: Lending results from QAG reviews of new lending portfolio. Analytical work results from PRMGE review of ESW completed
each year (PAs, core ESW, and CASs).
* Based on available data, results for lending operations were aggregated for FY04-05.
4
Bank Progress in
Gender Mainstreaming
Social Sectors Ahead of Non-Social Sectors
Lending Operations FY03-05: Integration of Gender Issues
85%
Percentage of
Operations
88%
77%
69%
100%
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
N = 82
N = 40
N = 13
N = 16
5
Guiding Principles

Selective coverage

Tailored to country

Evidence-based

Results-oriented

Success driven

Relies on incentives/results
6
Framework
Policy level
Make markets
work for women
Agency level
Empower women to
compete in markets
7
Framework
Policy
Level
Agency
Level
Product Market
Financial Markets
Land Market
Labor Market
Infrastructure
8
Interventions at the policy/agency level
Policy
Level
Agency
Level
Land Market
Promote joint titling to
land to enable women to
access loans
Ensure women’s
participation in land
adjudication and
registration processes
Labor Market
Certify good gender
practices in firms
Provide labor
intermediation services to
young women
9
Four Action Areas
Action 1: Engender
Operations &
Technical
Assistance in
Economic Sectors
Action 2: Implement
Results-Based
Initiatives
.
Core Objective
Empower women to
compete in:
•Product markets
•Financial markets
•Land markets
•Labor markets
Action 3: Improve
Research &
Statistics
. Action 4:
Undertake a
Targeted
Communications
Campaign
10
Oversight, Management, and Implementation
Advisory Council
(Partners, Donors, GAD Board,
EGCG, Senior Bank Staff)
Executive Committee
(OPCS, PREM, Regions,
INF, IFC, LEG,)
Action 3
Action 1
Action 2
DEC, PREM
RVPs, NVPs, IFC
PREM
Sector staff
Country teams
UNIFEM/ICRW
Feedback Loop
Focus
countries
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