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admin [Why we need Global Indicators to Measure Change]
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 |{{ :​e_card2.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 2: Proportion of the population below the national poverty line. [[:​indicator_2| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card14.png?​nolink&​400 }}| \\ INDICATOR 14: Prevalence of stunting among children under five years of age.[[:​indicator_14| Guidance here]]| |{{ :​e_card2.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 2: Proportion of the population below the national poverty line. [[:​indicator_2| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card14.png?​nolink&​400 }}| \\ INDICATOR 14: Prevalence of stunting among children under five years of age.[[:​indicator_14| Guidance here]]|
 |{{ :​e_card3.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 3: Proportion of the population living in households with access to basic services.[[:​indicator_3| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card15.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 15: % of people better able to build resilience to the effects of climate change and variability.[[:​indicator_15| Guidance here]]| |{{ :​e_card3.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 3: Proportion of the population living in households with access to basic services.[[:​indicator_3| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card15.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 15: % of people better able to build resilience to the effects of climate change and variability.[[:​indicator_15| Guidance here]]|
-|{{ :​e_card4.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 4a: # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who obtained adequate emergency shelter.[[:​indicator_4a_and_4b| Guidance, here]] \\ \\  INDICATOR 4b: # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who obtained or recovered adequate housing.[[:​indicator_4a_and_4b| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card16.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 16: # and % of women who are active users of financial services (disaggregated by informal and formal services).[[:​indicator_16| Guidance here]]| +|{{ :​e_card4.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ Humanitarian: # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who obtained humanitarian assistance that is fully in line with CARE's and other global standards(The outcome of CARE's humanitarian assistance) \\ \\ INDICATOR 4a: # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who obtained adequate emergency shelter.[[:​indicator_4a_and_4b| Guidance, here]] \\ \\  INDICATOR 4b: # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who obtained or recovered adequate housing.[[:​indicator_4a_and_4b| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card16.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 16: # and % of women who are active users of financial services (disaggregated by informal and formal services).[[:​indicator_16| Guidance here]]| 
-|{{ :​e_card4.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 4c: # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who accessed safe drinking water.[[:​indicator_4c_4d_and_4e| Guidance here]] \\  \\ INDICATOR 4d: # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who accessed adequate sanitation.[[:​indicator_4c_4d_and_4e| Guidance here]] \\  \\  INDICATOR 4e: # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who used adequate hygiene practices.[[:​indicator_4c_4d_and_4e|Guidance here]]|{{ ​ :​e_card17.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 17: # and % of women who report they are able to equally participate in household financial decision-making.[[:​indicator_17| Guidance here]]| +|{{ :​e_card4.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 4c: # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who accessed safe drinking water.[[:​indicator_4c_4d_and_4e| Guidance here]] \\  \\ INDICATOR 4d: # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who accessed adequate sanitation.[[:​indicator_4c_4d_and_4e| Guidance here]] \\  \\  INDICATOR 4e: # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who used adequate hygiene practices.[[:​indicator_4c_4d_and_4e|Guidance here]]|{{ ​ :​e_card17.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 17: # and % of women who report they are able to equally participate in household financial decision-making.[[:​indicator_17| Guidance here]]| 
-|{{ :​e_card4.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 4f: # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who obtained adequate food quantities and quality.[[:​indicator_4f_and_4g|Guidance here]] \\ \\ INDICATOR 4g. # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who adopted adequate nutritional practices.[[:​indicator_4f_and_4g| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card18.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 18: # and % of women with union, women'​s group or cooperative membership through which they can voice their labor rights.[[:​indicator_18| Guidance here]]| +|{{ :​e_card4.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 4f: # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who obtained adequate food quantities and quality.[[:​indicator_4f_and_4g|Guidance here]] \\ \\ INDICATOR 4g. # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who adopted adequate nutritional practices.[[:​indicator_4f_and_4g| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card18.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 18: # and % of women with union, women'​s group or cooperative membership through which they can voice their labor rights.[[:​indicator_18| Guidance here]]| 
-|{{ :​e_card4.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 4h. # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who accessed at least one SRH service.[[:​indicator_4h| Guidance here]] \\ \\ INDICATOR 4i. # and % of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who recovered household goods, assets and/or income opportunities. ​[[:​indicator_4i| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card19.png?​nolink&​400 ​|}}| \\ INDICATOR 19: # and % of people of all genders who have meaningfully participated in formal (government-led) and informal (civil society-led,​ private sector-led) decision-making spaces.[[:​indicator_19|Guidance here]]|+|{{ :​e_card4.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 4h. # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who accessed at least one SRH service.[[:​indicator_4h| Guidance here]] \\ \\ INDICATOR 4i. # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who recovered household goods, assets and/or income opportunities. ​\\ \\ INDICATOR 4j. # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who obtained adequate assistance in the form of cash/​vouchers. \\ \\ INDICATOR 4k. # of disaster/​crisis-affected people supported through/by CARE who had access to adequate life-saving GBV prevention and response services supported through/by CARE (including, but not limited to, the clinical management of rape, psychological first aid, and referral to other services, including case management).|{{ :​e_card19.png?​nolink&​400 }}| \\ INDICATOR 19: # and % of people of all genders who have meaningfully participated in formal (government-led) and informal (civil society-led,​ private sector-led) decision-making spaces.[[:​indicator_19|Guidance here]]|
 |{{ :​e_card5.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 5: % of disaster/​crisis affected people in areas of CARE responses who report satisfaction with regards to relevance, timeliness and accountability of humanitarian interventions.[[:​indicator_5| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card20.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 20: # of new or amended policies, legislation,​ public programs, and/or budgets responsive to the rights, needs and demands of people of all genders.[[:​indicator_20| Guidance here]]| |{{ :​e_card5.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 5: % of disaster/​crisis affected people in areas of CARE responses who report satisfaction with regards to relevance, timeliness and accountability of humanitarian interventions.[[:​indicator_5| Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card20.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 20: # of new or amended policies, legislation,​ public programs, and/or budgets responsive to the rights, needs and demands of people of all genders.[[:​indicator_20| Guidance here]]|
 |{{ :​e_card6.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 6: Demand satisfied for modern contraceptives among women aged 15-49. [[:​indicator_6|Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card21.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 21: % of people that have actively engaged in reducing their vulnerabilities to the shocks that affect them.[[:​indicator_21| Guidance here]]| ​ |{{ :​e_card6.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 6: Demand satisfied for modern contraceptives among women aged 15-49. [[:​indicator_6|Guidance here]]|{{ :​e_card21.png?​nolink&​400 |}}| \\ INDICATOR 21: % of people that have actively engaged in reducing their vulnerabilities to the shocks that affect them.[[:​indicator_21| Guidance here]]| ​
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 <font 18px/​Trebuchet MS,​Helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​e67e22;;​inherit>​**Poverty and Social Injustice**</​font>​ <font 18px/​Trebuchet MS,​Helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​e67e22;;​inherit>​**Poverty and Social Injustice**</​font>​
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 +==== Supplementary Indicators - Outcomes ====
  
 === Education === === Education ===
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 |\\  Guidance, [[:​supplementary_indicators_wee|here]] \\   ​\\ ​ WEE 1. # and % of women and men reporting net income increase per day; and US$ value of increase \\  \\  WEE 2. # and % of women and men who have increased capability to perform economic activity \\  \\  WEE 3. # and % of women and men who own or control productive asset (including land) /technology and have the skills to use them productively \\  \\  WEE 4.# and % of women and men who have universal access to social protection services relevant to their occupation \\  \\  WEE 5. # and % of women and men who are aware of/​understand gender barriers at workplace \\  \\  WEE 6. # and % of women and men in managerial/​senior decision- making position (SDG indicator 5.5.2)| |\\  Guidance, [[:​supplementary_indicators_wee|here]] \\   ​\\ ​ WEE 1. # and % of women and men reporting net income increase per day; and US$ value of increase \\  \\  WEE 2. # and % of women and men who have increased capability to perform economic activity \\  \\  WEE 3. # and % of women and men who own or control productive asset (including land) /technology and have the skills to use them productively \\  \\  WEE 4.# and % of women and men who have universal access to social protection services relevant to their occupation \\  \\  WEE 5. # and % of women and men who are aware of/​understand gender barriers at workplace \\  \\  WEE 6. # and % of women and men in managerial/​senior decision- making position (SDG indicator 5.5.2)|
 +
 +==== Supplementary Indicators - Approach ====
  
 <font 18px/​Trebuchet MS,​Helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​e67e22;;​inherit>​**The CARE approach**</​font>​ <font 18px/​Trebuchet MS,​Helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​e67e22;;​inherit>​**The CARE approach**</​font>​
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 === Gender === === Gender ===
  
-|\\  Guidance, ​[[:​supplementary_indicators_gender_equality|here]] \\   ​\\  ​GEWV 1. Average total # and proportion of weekly hours spent on unpaid domestic and care work, by sex, age and location (for individuals five years and above) \\  \\  GEWV 2. % of individuals reporting high self-efficacy (SADD) \\  \\  GEWV 3. # of countries with laws and regulations that guarantee women aged 15-49 years access to sexual and reproductive health care, information and education \\  \\  GEWV 4. % of individuals who report confidence in their own negotiation and communication skills (SADD) \\  \\  GEWV 5. % of respondents who report gender equitable attitudes (GEM Scale) \\  \\  GEWV 6. % of individuals reporting they can rely on a community member in times of need; SADD \\  \\  GEWV 7. % of individuals reporting that they could work collectively with others in the community to achieve a common goal; SADD \\  \\  GEWV 8. # of examples in the media representing relevant norms \\  \\  GEWV 9. Proportion of women aged 20-24 years who were married or in a union before age 15 and before age 18|+|Full guidance in PDF|{{ ::​gewv-supplementary-indicators_2018.pdf |}}| 
 +|Full guidance in wiki|[[http://​careglobalmel.careinternationalwikis.org/​supplementary_indicators_gender_equality|]]
 + 
 + 
 +|GEWV 1. Average total # and proportion of weekly hours spent on unpaid domestic and care work, by sex, age and location (for individuals five years and above) \\  \\  GEWV 2. % of individuals reporting high self-efficacy (SADD) \\  \\  GEWV 3. # of countries with laws and regulations that guarantee women aged 15-49 years access to sexual and reproductive health care, information and education \\  \\  GEWV 4. % of individuals who report confidence in their own negotiation and communication skills (SADD) \\  \\  GEWV 5. % of respondents who report gender equitable attitudes (GEM Scale) \\  \\  GEWV 6. % of individuals reporting they can rely on a community member in times of need; SADD \\  \\  GEWV 7. % of individuals reporting that they could work collectively with others in the community to achieve a common goal; SADD \\  \\  GEWV 8. # of examples in the media representing relevant norms \\  \\  GEWV 9. Proportion of women aged 20-24 years who were married or in a union before age 15 and before age 18|
  
 <font 18px/​Trebuchet MS,​Helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​e67e22;;​inherit>​**Inclusive Governance (IG)**</​font>​ <font 18px/​Trebuchet MS,​Helvetica,​sans-serif;;#​e67e22;;​inherit>​**Inclusive Governance (IG)**</​font>​
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