The Global Gender Gap Report 2017

Accelerating Gender Parity: A Toolkit

Women in the boardroom: A global perspective – 5th edition

The World Employment and Social Outlook: Trends for Women 2017

Rising to the youth employment challenge: New evidence on key policy issues

Analyzing housework through family and gender perspectives

Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the Pacific 2016: SDG Baseline Report

Women beyond borders: The Beginning of GREAT Women in ASEAN.

This publication chronicles GREAT Women’s good work since its early beginnings, along with USAID’s other initiatives to support women-powered enterprises in the Philippines. We hope it will inspire much more good work to bring out the best in women entrepreneurs and womenpowered enterprises in the Philippines and well beyond.

Energy consumption, weather variability, and gender in the Philippines: A Discrete/Continuous approach.

Women in Business and Management: Gaining momentum in Latin America and the Caribbean.

With an increasing number of skilled women professionals, Latin America and the Caribbean is set to become a global leader in gender diversity in business and management. The women’s labour force participation rate in the region increased from 48.5 per cent in 2006 to 49.7 per cent in 2016 – in stark contrast with the decline of the global rate during the same period. The report thus provides clear evidence that more women in the region have made their way in the world of work. The report also shows that the number of women tertiary graduates exceeds that of men in all countries in the region where data is available. Today, many more women are occupying professional, middle and senior managerial positions.