Partnerships are essential to the success of the programme, and ensure that we work together to make every woman and girl count. UN Women partners with governments and civil society groups, statistical organizations, international agencies, and donors. Some partnerships are focused on implementing the programme in countries, others are focused on building capacity and sharing expertise, and still others enable us to work towards the common goal for more and better gender data without duplicating our efforts.
The programme benefits from the generous support of the Governments of Australia, Ireland, Mexico, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States, the Alibaba Group, Alwaleed Philanthropies, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Revlon.
At the global level UN Women is collaborating with the Partnership in Statistics for Development in the 21st Century (PARIS21) to integrate gender into National Strategies for the Development of Statistics (NSDS) by providing tools and guidance for countries. UN Women will also work with WHO on the joint programme on VAW data (see Where we work).
At the regional level, UN Women will advocate for gender equality to be incorporated into regional reporting and intergovernmental mechanisms, working with UN Regional Commissions such as ESCAP.
At the national level, the programme will be implemented in coordination with National Statistical Offices and other government agencies such as Ministries of Gender.
Civil society organizations
UN Women is working with Data2X to strengthen its advocacy efforts for gender equality and the importance gender statistics.