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Afghanistan AF: Law Mandates Equal Remuneration for Females & Males for Work of Equal Value: 1=Yes; 0=No

2016 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Equal Remuneration for Females & Males for Work of Equal Value: 1=Yes; 0=No data was reported at 0.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 0.00 NA for Mar 2016. Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Equal Remuneration for Females & Males for Work of Equal Value: 1=Yes; 0=No data is updated yearly, averaging 0.00 NA from Mar 2016 to 2018, with 2 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 0.00 NA in 2018 and a record low of 0.00 NA in 2018. Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Equal Remuneration for Females & Males for Work of Equal Value: 1=Yes; 0=No data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. Law mandates equal remuneration for females and males for work of equal value is whether there is a law that obligates employers to pay equal remuneration to male and female employees who do work of equal value.“Remuneration” refers to the ordinary, basic or minimum wage or salary and any additional emoluments payable directly or indirectly, whether in cash or in kind, by the employer to the worker and arising out of the worker’s employment. “Work of equal value” refers not only to the same or similar jobs but also to different jobs of the same value.; ; World Bank: Women, Business and the Law.; ;

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Afghanistan AF: Law Mandates Equal Remuneration for Females & Males for Work of Equal Value: 1=Yes; 0=No

Series Details
Series ID

376059827

Name

Afghanistan AF: Law Mandates Equal Remuneration for Females & Males for Work of Equal Value: 1=Yes; 0=No

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2016

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

0.00

Variance

0.00

Standard deviation

0.00

Skewness

0.00

Kurtosis

0.00

Coefficient variation

0.00

Median

0.00

Max
2018

0.00

Min
2018

0.00

Previous observation
2016

0.00

Last observation
2018

0.00

Number of Observations

2

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Afghanistan AF: Law Mandates Nondiscrimination Based on Gender in Hiring: 1=Yes; 0=No

2016 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Nondiscrimination Based on Gender in Hiring: 1=Yes; 0=No data was reported at 0.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 0.00 NA for Mar 2016. Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Nondiscrimination Based on Gender in Hiring: 1=Yes; 0=No data is updated yearly, averaging 0.00 NA from Mar 2016 to 2018, with 2 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 0.00 NA in 2018 and a record low of 0.00 NA in 2018. Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Nondiscrimination Based on Gender in Hiring: 1=Yes; 0=No data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. Law mandates nondiscrimination based on gender in hiring is whether the law specifically prevents or penalizes gender-based discrimination in the hiring process; the law may prohibit discrimination in employment on the basis of gender but be silent about whether job applicants are protected from discrimination. Hiring refers to the process of employing a person for wages and making a selection by presenting a candidate with a job offer. Job advertisements, selection criteria and recruitment, although equally important, are not considered “hiring” for purposes of this question.; ; World Bank: Women, Business and the Law.; ;

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Series Details
Series ID

376064767

Name

Afghanistan AF: Law Mandates Nondiscrimination Based on Gender in Hiring: 1=Yes; 0=No

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2016

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

0.00

Variance

0.00

Standard deviation

0.00

Skewness

0.00

Kurtosis

0.00

Coefficient variation

0.00

Median

0.00

Max
2018

0.00

Min
2018

0.00

Previous observation
2016

0.00

Last observation
2018

0.00

Number of Observations

2

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Afghanistan AF: Law Mandates Paid or Unpaid Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No

2016 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Paid or Unpaid Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No data was reported at 1.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 1.00 NA for Mar 2016. Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Paid or Unpaid Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No data is updated yearly, averaging 1.00 NA from Mar 2016 to 2018, with 2 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1.00 NA in 2018 and a record low of 1.00 NA in 2018. Afghanistan’s AF: Law Mandates Paid or Unpaid Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. Law mandates paid or unpaid maternity leave is whether there is a law mandating paid or unpaid maternity leave available only to the mother. Provisions for circumstantial leave by which an employee is entitled to a certain number of days of paid leave (usually fewer than five days) upon the birth of a child are considered paternity leave; even if the law is gender-neutral, such leave is not considered maternity leave if the law covers maternity leave elsewhere.; ; World Bank: Women, Business and the Law.; ;

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Updated on 19 Apr 2018

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Series Details
Series ID

376062297

Name

Afghanistan AF: Law Mandates Paid or Unpaid Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2016

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

1.00

Variance

0.00

Standard deviation

0.00

Skewness

0.00

Kurtosis

0.00

Coefficient variation

0.00

Median

1.00

Max
2018

1.00

Min
2018

1.00

Previous observation
2016

1.00

Last observation
2018

1.00

Number of Observations

2

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Afghanistan AF: Law Prohibits or Invalidates Child or Early Marriage: 1=Yes; 0=No

2016 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Law Prohibits or Invalidates Child or Early Marriage: 1=Yes; 0=No data was reported at 1.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 1.00 NA for Mar 2016. Afghanistan’s AF: Law Prohibits or Invalidates Child or Early Marriage: 1=Yes; 0=No data is updated yearly, averaging 1.00 NA from Mar 2016 to 2018, with 2 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 1.00 NA in 2018 and a record low of 1.00 NA in 2018. Afghanistan’s AF: Law Prohibits or Invalidates Child or Early Marriage: 1=Yes; 0=No data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. Law prohibits or invalidates child or early marriage is whether there are provisions that prevent the marriage of girls, boys, or both before they reach the legal age of marriage or the age of marriage with consent, including, for example, a prohibition on registering the marriage or provisions stating that such a marriage is null and void.; ; World Bank: Women, Business and the Law.; ;

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2016 - 2018

Updated on 19 Apr 2018

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Series Details
Series ID

376057357

Name

Afghanistan AF: Law Prohibits or Invalidates Child or Early Marriage: 1=Yes; 0=No

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2016

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

1.00

Variance

0.00

Standard deviation

0.00

Skewness

0.00

Kurtosis

0.00

Coefficient variation

0.00

Median

1.00

Max
2018

1.00

Min
2018

1.00

Previous observation
2016

1.00

Last observation
2018

1.00

Number of Observations

2

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Afghanistan AF: Legislation Exists on Domestic Violence: 1=Yes; 0=No

2016 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Legislation Exists on Domestic Violence: 1=Yes; 0=No data was reported at 0.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 0.00 NA for Mar 2016. Afghanistan’s AF: Legislation Exists on Domestic Violence: 1=Yes; 0=No data is updated yearly, averaging 0.00 NA from Mar 2016 to 2018, with 2 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 0.00 NA in 2018 and a record low of 0.00 NA in 2018. Afghanistan’s AF: Legislation Exists on Domestic Violence: 1=Yes; 0=No data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. Legislation exists on domestic violence is whether there is legislation addressing domestic violence: violence between spouses, within the family or members of the same household, or in interpersonal relationships, including intimate partner violence that is subject to criminal sanctions or provides for protection orders for domestic violence, or the legislation addresses “cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment” or “harassment” that clearly affects physical or mental health, and it is implied that such behavior is considered domestic violence.; ; World Bank: Women, Business and the Law.; ;

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2016 - 2018

Updated on 19 Apr 2018

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Series Details
Series ID

376067237

Name

Afghanistan AF: Legislation Exists on Domestic Violence: 1=Yes; 0=No

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2016

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

0.00

Variance

0.00

Standard deviation

0.00

Skewness

0.00

Kurtosis

0.00

Coefficient variation

0.00

Median

0.00

Max
2018

0.00

Min
2018

0.00

Previous observation
2016

0.00

Last observation
2018

0.00

Number of Observations

2

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Afghanistan AF: Methodology Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100

2005 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Methodology Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100 data was reported at 40.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 40.00 NA for Mar 2017. Afghanistan’s AF: Methodology Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100 data is updated yearly, averaging 40.00 NA from Mar 2005 to 2018, with 14 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 50.00 NA in 2015 and a record low of 0.00 NA in 2005. Afghanistan’s AF: Methodology Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100 data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. The methodology indicator measures a country’s ability to adhere to internationally recommended standards and methods. The methodology score is calculated as the weighted average of 10 underlying indicator scores. The final methodology score contributes 1/3 of the overall Statistical Capacity Indicator score.; ; World Bank, Bulletin Board on Statistical Capacity (http://bbsc.worldbank.org).; Unweighted average;

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Updated on 19 Apr 2018
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50.00

2015

NA

yearly

2005 - 2018

Updated on 19 Apr 2018

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Afghanistan AF: Methodology Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100

Series Details
Series ID

360534187

Name

Afghanistan AF: Methodology Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2005

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

33.57

Variance

193.96

Standard deviation

13.93

Skewness

-1.15

Kurtosis

1.14

Coefficient variation

0.41

Median

40.00

Max
2015

50.00

Min
2005

0.00

Previous observation
2017

40.00

Last observation
2018

40.00

Number of Observations

14

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Afghanistan AF: Mothers are Guaranteed an Equivalent Position After Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No

2016 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Mothers are Guaranteed an Equivalent Position After Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No data was reported at 0.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 0.00 NA for Mar 2016. Afghanistan’s AF: Mothers are Guaranteed an Equivalent Position After Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No data is updated yearly, averaging 0.00 NA from Mar 2016 to 2018, with 2 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 0.00 NA in 2018 and a record low of 0.00 NA in 2018. Afghanistan’s AF: Mothers are Guaranteed an Equivalent Position After Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. Mothers are guaranteed an equivalent position after maternity leave is whether employers of women returning from maternity leave are legally obligated to provide them with an equivalent position after maternity leave. It takes into account paid and unpaid maternity leave and captures whether the employer has a legal obligation to reinstate the returning employee in an equivalent or better position and salary than the employee had pre-leave. Where the maternity leave regime explicitly states that the employee may not be indefinitely replaced, the answer is assumed to be “Yes.” Where the maternity leave regime explicitly establishes a suspension of the employee’s contract, the answer is assumed to be “Yes.” In economies that also have parental leave and the law guarantees return after the leave to the same or an equivalent position paid at the same rate but is silent on guaranteeing the same position after maternity leave, the answer is “Yes.” The answer is “N/A” if no paid or unpaid maternity leave is available.; ; World Bank: Women, Business and the Law.; ;

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2016 - 2018

Updated on 19 Apr 2018

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Series Details
Series ID

376069707

Name

Afghanistan AF: Mothers are Guaranteed an Equivalent Position After Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2016

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

0.00

Variance

0.00

Standard deviation

0.00

Skewness

0.00

Kurtosis

0.00

Coefficient variation

0.00

Median

0.00

Max
2018

0.00

Min
2018

0.00

Previous observation
2016

0.00

Last observation
2018

0.00

Number of Observations

2

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Afghanistan AF: Nondiscrimination Clause Mentions Gender in the Constitution: 1=Yes; 0=No

2016 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Nondiscrimination Clause Mentions Gender in the Constitution: 1=Yes; 0=No data was reported at 0.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 0.00 NA for Mar 2016. Afghanistan’s AF: Nondiscrimination Clause Mentions Gender in the Constitution: 1=Yes; 0=No data is updated yearly, averaging 0.00 NA from Mar 2016 to 2018, with 2 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 0.00 NA in 2018 and a record low of 0.00 NA in 2018. Afghanistan’s AF: Nondiscrimination Clause Mentions Gender in the Constitution: 1=Yes; 0=No data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. Nondiscrimination clause mentions gender in the constitution is whether there is a nondiscrimination clause in the constitution which mentions gender. For the answer to be “Yes,” the constitution must use either the word discrimination or the word nondiscrimination or even when there is a “clawback” provision granting exceptions to the nondiscrimination clause for certain areas of the law, such as inheritance, family and customary law. The answer is “No” if there is no nondiscrimination provision, or the nondiscrimination language is present in the preamble but not in an article of the constitution, or there is a provision that merely stipulates that the sexes are equal, or the sexes have equal rights and obligations. The answer is 'N/A' if there is no nondiscrimination provision.; ; World Bank: Women, Business and the Law.; ;

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Updated on 19 Apr 2018
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2016 - 2018

Updated on 19 Apr 2018

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Afghanistan AF: Nondiscrimination Clause Mentions Gender in the Constitution: 1=Yes; 0=No

Series Details
Series ID

376072177

Name

Afghanistan AF: Nondiscrimination Clause Mentions Gender in the Constitution: 1=Yes; 0=No

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2016

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

0.00

Variance

0.00

Standard deviation

0.00

Skewness

0.00

Kurtosis

0.00

Coefficient variation

0.00

Median

0.00

Max
2018

0.00

Min
2018

0.00

Previous observation
2016

0.00

Last observation
2018

0.00

Number of Observations

2

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Afghanistan AF: Nonpregnant and Nonnursing Women Can Do the Same Jobs as Men: 1=Yes; 0=No

2016 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Nonpregnant and Nonnursing Women Can Do the Same Jobs as Men: 1=Yes; 0=No data was reported at 0.00 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 0.00 NA for Mar 2016. Afghanistan’s AF: Nonpregnant and Nonnursing Women Can Do the Same Jobs as Men: 1=Yes; 0=No data is updated yearly, averaging 0.00 NA from Mar 2016 to 2018, with 2 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 0.00 NA in 2018 and a record low of 0.00 NA in 2018. Afghanistan’s AF: Nonpregnant and Nonnursing Women Can Do the Same Jobs as Men: 1=Yes; 0=No data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. Non-pregnant and non-nursing women can do the same jobs as men indicates whether there are specific jobs that women explicitly or implicitly cannot perform except in limited circumstances. Both partial and full restrictions on women’s work are counted as restrictions. For example, if women are only allowed to work in certain jobs within the mining industry, e.g., as health care professionals within mines but not as miners, this is a restriction.; ; World Bank: Women, Business and the Law.; ;

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Updated on 19 Apr 2018
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2016 - 2018

Updated on 19 Apr 2018

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Series Details
Series ID

376054887

Name

Afghanistan AF: Nonpregnant and Nonnursing Women Can Do the Same Jobs as Men: 1=Yes; 0=No

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2016

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

0.00

Variance

0.00

Standard deviation

0.00

Skewness

0.00

Kurtosis

0.00

Coefficient variation

0.00

Median

0.00

Max
2018

0.00

Min
2018

0.00

Previous observation
2016

0.00

Last observation
2018

0.00

Number of Observations

2

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Afghanistan AF: Overall Level of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100

2005 - 2018 | Yearly | NA | World Bank

Afghanistan’s AF: Overall Level of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100 data was reported at 51.11 NA in Mar 2018. This stayed constant from the previous number of 51.11 NA for Mar 2017. Afghanistan’s AF: Overall Level of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100 data is updated yearly, averaging 50.56 NA from Mar 2005 to 2018, with 14 observations. The data reached an all-time high of 54.44 NA in 2015 and a record low of 24.44 NA in 2005. Afghanistan’s AF: Overall Level of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100 data remains active status in CEIC and is reported by World Bank. The data is categorized under Global Database’s Afghanistan – Table AF.World Bank: Policy and Institutions. The Statistical Capacity Indicator is a composite score assessing the capacity of a country’s statistical system. It is based on a diagnostic framework assessing the following areas: methodology; data sources; and periodicity and timeliness. Countries are scored against 25 criteria in these areas, using publicly available information and/or country input. The overall Statistical Capacity score is then calculated as a simple average of all three area scores on a scale of 0-100.; ; World Bank, Bulletin Board on Statistical Capacity (http://bbsc.worldbank.org).; Unweighted average;

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2005
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54.44

2015
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Updated on 19 Apr 2018
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51.11

2018

51.11

2017

24.44

2005

54.44

2015

NA

yearly

2005 - 2018

Updated on 19 Apr 2018

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Afghanistan AF: Overall Level of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100

Series Details
Series ID

360536657

Name

Afghanistan AF: Overall Level of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100

Country

Afghanistan

Frequency

Yearly

Unit

NA

Status

Active

Source

World Bank

First Date

2005

Last Date

2018

Last Updated

19 Apr 2018

Statistics
Mean

44.92

Variance

98.33

Standard deviation

9.92

Skewness

-1.06

Kurtosis

-0.39

Coefficient variation

0.22

Median

50.56

Max
2015

54.44

Min
2005

24.44

Previous observation
2017

51.11

Last observation
2018

51.11

Number of Observations

14

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AF: CPIA: Business Regulatory Environment Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Debt Policy Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Economic Management Cluster Average: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Efficiency of Revenue Mobilization Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Equity of Public Resource Use Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Financial Sector Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Fiscal Policy Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Gender Equality Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Macroeconomic Management Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Policies for Social Inclusion/Equity Cluster Average: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Policy and Institutions For Environmental Sustainability Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Property Rights and Rule-Based Governance Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Public Sector Management and Institutions Cluster Average: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Quality of Budgetary and Financial Management Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Quality of Public Administration Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Social Protection Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Structural Policies Cluster Average: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Trade Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: CPIA: Transparency: Accountability: and Corruption in The Public Sector Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: Country Policy and Institutional Assessment (CPIA): Building Human Resources Rating: 1=Low To 6=High
AF: Law Mandates Equal Remuneration for Females & Males for Work of Equal Value: 1=Yes; 0=No
AF: Law Mandates Nondiscrimination Based on Gender in Hiring: 1=Yes; 0=No
AF: Law Mandates Paid or Unpaid Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No
AF: Law Prohibits or Invalidates Child or Early Marriage: 1=Yes; 0=No
AF: Legislation Exists on Domestic Violence: 1=Yes; 0=No
AF: Methodology Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100
AF: Mothers are Guaranteed an Equivalent Position After Maternity Leave: 1=Yes; 0=No
AF: Nondiscrimination Clause Mentions Gender in the Constitution: 1=Yes; 0=No
AF: Nonpregnant and Nonnursing Women Can Do the Same Jobs as Men: 1=Yes; 0=No
AF: Overall Level of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100
AF: Periodicity and Timeliness Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100
AF: Proportion of Seats Held by Women in National Parliaments
AF: Source Data Assessment of Statistical Capacity: Scale 0 - 100