Outcome Area 5:
Women, Peace and Security and Humanitarian Action

Over the duration of the Strategic Plan, UN-Women will:

  • Support Member States and the UN System in implementing commitments on women, peace and security, and helping to increase the number of gender equality advocates influencing peace and security processes.
  • Amplify women’s role in humanitarian response.
  • Mainstream a gender perspective in humanitarian response and disaster risk management.
 
US$89 Million

2018 programme expenses under Women, Peace and Security, Humanitarian Action and Disaster Risk Reduction

Outcome Indicators

Outcome 5 Indicator 1

Proportion of adopted National Action Plans on women, peace and security with indicators
80%
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Baseline

75%

(2016)

Target

96%

(2021)

2018 Results: 80%

Outcome 5 Indicator 2

Percentage of Security Council decisions with specific provisions to improve the security and status of women and girls
76.5%
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Baseline

51%

(2016)

Target

68%

(2021)

2018 Results: 76.5%

Outcome 5 Indicator 3

Percentage of Peacebuilding Fund funds in support of peacebuilding in projects that address women’s specific needs, advance gender equality and/or empower women as their specific objective
11%
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Baseline

19%

Target

25%

(2021)

2018 Results: 11%

Outcome 5 Indicator 4

Proportion of UN-led (or co-led) peace processes in which women were included in the mediation team; negotiating parties included senior women in their delegations; consultations with women’s civil society organizations were held; and technical gender expertise was provided
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Baseline

75%

Target

100%

2018 Results: -

Outcome 5 Indicator 5

Percentage of UN coordinated humanitarian assistance funding that finances evidence-based gender equality and women’s empowerment interventions
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Baseline

-

Target

-

2018 Results: -

Outcome 5 Indicator 6

Percentage of humanitarian needs overviews and response plans that demonstrate gender analysis
45%
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Baseline

44%

Target

75%

(2021)

2018 Results: 45%

Outcome 5 Indicator 7

Percentage of UN coordinated humanitarian assistance funding that is channeled to national and local women’s organizations
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Baseline

-

Target

-

2018 Results: -

Outcome 5 Indicator 8

Percentage of countries reporting on one or more targets of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, using sex disaggregated data
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Baseline

-

Target

-

2018 Results: -

Outputs for Outcome Area 5

Output 13:
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.

Output 14:
More women play a greater role and are better served by humanitarian response and recovery efforts.

Output Indicator 14.1

Percentage of humanitarian country cluster systems with dedicated gender expertise in countries with UN-Women humanitarian presence
Progress against 2018 Milestone
Achievement rate against 2021 Target
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Baseline
57%
Milestones
(2018)
63%
Milestones
(2019)
70%
Milestones
(2020)
77%
Target
83%
2018 Results: 84%

Output Indicator 14.2

Number of women’s organizations or institutions supported by UN-Women to play a role in humanitarian response and recovery
Progress against 2018 Milestone
Achievement rate against 2021 Target
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Baseline
200
Milestones
(2018)
215
Milestones
(2019)
230
Milestones
(2020)
245
Target
260
2018 Results: 498

Output Indicator 14.3

Number of women and girls directly accessing UN-Women supported humanitarian services
Progress against 2018 Milestone
Achievement rate against 2021 Target
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Baseline
121,000
Milestones
(2018)
123,500
Milestones
(2019)
126,000
Milestones
(2020)
128,500
Target
131,000
2018 Results: 234,285

Output 15:
More women play a greater role in and are better served by disaster risk reduction and recovery processes.

Output Indicator 15.1

Number of countries supported by UN-Women having undertaken gender-sensitive disaster risk assessments
Progress against 2018 Milestone
Achievement rate against 2021 Target
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Baseline
19
Milestones
(2018)
24
Milestones
(2019)
26
Milestones
(2020)
27
Target
28
2018 Results: 25

Output Indicator 15.2

Number of countries supported by UN-Women with Disaster Risk Reduction policy frameworks that address gender-specific disaster risks
Progress against 2018 Milestone
Achievement rate against 2021 Target
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Baseline
13
Milestones
(2018)
16
Milestones
(2019)
19
Milestones
(2020)
21
Target
22
2018 Results: 17

Output Indicator 15.3

Number of countries supported by UN-Women with gender focal points in the national disaster platform, or its equivalent
Progress against 2018 Milestone
Achievement rate against 2021 Target
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Baseline
8
Milestones
(2018)
10
Milestones
(2019)
13
Milestones
(2020)
16
Target
18
2018 Results: 16

Footnotes

Outcome 5 Indicator 4: This indicator statement was revised based on low data availability.This data is reported with a one year time lag as updates are prepared for the Secretary-General’s Report on Women, Peace and Security, released annually in October. 2018 values will be available in 2020.Back

Outcome 5 Indicator 8: Due to lack of availability of comprehensive data through the Sendai Monitor, as of May 2019, UN-Women is unable to monitor progress on impact indicator 5 as well as on outcome 5 indicator 8.Back

Output Indicator 13.1: Of 35 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 26 reported results for 2018: Burundi, Central African Republic, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Georgia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Jordan, Kenya, Kosovo, Liberia, Mali, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nigeria, State of Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tajikistan, Timor-Leste, Tunisia, Ukraine, Yemen.Back

Output Indicator 13.3: Of 35 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 27 reported results for 2018: Afghanistan, Burundi, Central African Republic, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Georgia, Guatemala, Haiti, Indonesia, Kenya, Kosovo, Liberia, Mali, Mozambique, Myanmar, Nigeria, State of Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Syria, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Yemen.Back

Output Indicator 14.1: Of 25 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 21 reported results for 2018: Bangladesh, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Fiji, Haiti, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Mali, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, State of Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Turkey, Ukraine, Yemen.Back

Output Indicator 14.2: Of 26 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 22 reported results for 2018: Brazil, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Fiji, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, State of Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, South Sudan, Sudan, Turkey, Uganda, Yemen.Back

Output Indicator 14.3: Of 36 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 25 reported results for 2018: Bangladesh, Brazil, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Colombia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Georgia, Haiti, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Mali, Myanmar, Nigeria, State of Palestine, Papua New Guinea, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Sudan, Turkey, Uganda, Yemen.
UN-Women plans to disaggregate results by “leave no-one behind” categories for this indicator. This was piloted in 2018 and will be rolled out in 2019.Back

Output Indicator 15.1: Of 14 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 6 reported results for 2018: Cape Verde, India, Indonesia, Solomon Islands, Togo, Vanuatu.Back

Output Indicator 15.2: Of 10 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 4 reported results for 2018: Fiji, Haiti, India, Kenya.Back

Output Indicator 15.3: Of 12 countries/territories reporting under this indicator, 8 reported results for 2018: Barbados, Fiji, Kenya, Malawi, Solomon Islands, South Sudan, Togo, Vanuatu.Back

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown, and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.Back