PROGRESS UNDER 2018 MILESTONES This chart provides an overview on progress under 2018 milestones set in the IRRF of the Strategic Plan 2018-2021. Overall performance against 2018 milestones has been good, with milestones of most output indicators achieved or exceeded, both among the development results (DR) and organizational effectiveness and efficiency (OEE) categories. No annual milestones were set at the outcome level, instead, the assessment assumes a linear trajectory of 25 per cent progress per year against the 2021 target, and progress is generally in the right direction for most outcome indicators with sufficient data. Several outcome indicators do not yet have sufficient data to measure progress, mostly in the case of SDG indicators. (This chart presents the most recent data as of 22 May 2019)


Global and regional distribution by output level results in each of the impact areas These charts help understand the thematic focus in UN-Women programmes in each region, as well as globally, in 2018. For example, Europe and Central Asia had the greatest focus on Ending Violence Against Women in terms of percentage of outputs (37% of all outputs in the region).


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Programme Expenses by Outcome Area This chart shows the overall distribution of UN-Women programme expenses ($ millions) by outcome in 2018. Total UN-Women programme expenses for 2018 is $286 million. Financial information for the period 2018 ending 31 December 2018 has been prepared on an accrual accounting basis in accordance with International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS).


Distribution of outcomes by income groupings The pie chart provides the 2018 percentage distribution of outcomes by country typology: low income, lower middle income, upper middle income and high income countries/territories. The column chart illustrates the percentage distribution of outcomes by country typology within each outcome. For example, 33 per cent of all outcomes that address Economic Empowerment are supported by UN-Women in Lower Middle Income Countries. (Source for country classification: The World Bank