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Figure 1.1 In many developing regions, girls are more likely than boys to miss out on a secondary education
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Figure 1.2 Men’s discriminatory attitudes towards women vary across regions but are significant everywhere
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Figure 1.3 In sub-Saharan Africa, young women are more vulnerable to HIV infection but have less comprehensive knowledge about HIV than young men
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Figure 1.4 More than 1 out of every 4 births to an adolescent mother (aged 15–19) occurs in the least developed countries
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Figure 1.5 High rates of maternal death are associated with limited access to health-care services for expectant mothers
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Figure 2.1 Many husbands are making the decisions alone on their wife’s health
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Figure 2.2 Many husbands are making the decisions alone on daily household expenditure
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Figure 2.3 Many husbands are making the decisions alone on visits to friends and relatives
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Figure 2.4 Underweight prevalence among children under five in the developing regions
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Figure 2.5 Despite recent improvements, women’s literacy rates are generally lower than men’s
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Figure 3.1 Women are working longer hours than men across the developing world
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Figure 3.2 Nominal wages for women are significantly lower than for men
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Figure 3.3 Estimated earnings for women are substantially lower than for men
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Figure 3.4 Significant male-female gaps in land ownership in Latin America
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Figure 3.5 Many women across the developing world work in the informal sector
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Figure 4.1 Bill sponsorship in Argentina and New Zealand
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Figure 4.2 In most of the countries surveyed, a majority of the public agrees or strongly agrees that men make better political leaders than women
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Figure 4.3 Women’s participation in national parliaments across regions
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Figure 4.4 Women in governance
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Figure 5.1 The majority of countries with the most women in parliament use political quotas
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Figure 5.2 Countries with the most women in parliament are also the most likely to use quotas
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Figure 5.3 In many countries sex-disaggregated data are not available for key indicators