UN Photo/Tim McKulka
Research highlight|Peace and security
Where do we stand on the Women, Peace and Security agenda?
Scenes from the municipal market in Tucuru, Guatemala.  Indigenous women of Guatemala’s Polochic valley are feeding their families, growing their businesses and saving more money than ever before.  With the help of a joint UN programme that’s empowering rural women, women's groups in the area have learned to produce shampoo in bigger batches and in different varieties—such as aloe, cacao, avocado and honey—and sell them in local markets.
Gender data story|Gender data gaps
Use data to take the guesswork out of policymaking

Explore the Data

What progress are we making on achieving gender equality in the SDGs? On the Women Count hub you will find updated data on gender-specific SDG indicators in one place. You can also find data for our flagship report Progress of the World’s Women and data on women, peace and security. Coming soon: violence against women and a transparency gateway on UN Women programme results.

Women Count

The need to produce relevant and quality gender-sensitive indicators to monitor the SDGs is now greater than ever. Yet, without investing in gender statistics, large data gaps will prevent us from successfully monitoring progress on the SDGs for women and girls.

UN Women’s strategy for change on gender data is Women Count. This programme has the goal to create a radical shift in how gender statistics are used, created, shared and accessed.

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Featured Publications

Gender snapshot
Report|SDG monitoring
Progress on the Sustainable Development Goals: The gender snapshot 2019
Women Count Cover
Annual Report|Women Count updates
Making Every Woman and Girl Count: 2018 annual report: Implementation phase
Making Women Count
Annual Report|Women Count updates
Making Every Woman and Girl Count: 2017 annual report: Planning phase