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O GM O REPUBLIC OF RWANDA

GENDER MONITORING OFFICE GENDER ACCOUNTABILITY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

NATIONAL GENDER STATISTICS REPORT, 2013

March 2013

Supported by UN Women/UN Delivering as One


Foreword

A

nationwide program to mainstream Gender equality in all national development programs and activities was initiated by the Government of Rwanda immediately after the emergency period

that followed the tragic Genocide of the Tutsi of 1994. The change that Rwanda wanted concerning promoting and empowering women was firstly manifested in the 2003 Constitution which stipulates that women should constitute 30 percent in all leadership positions in the country. Achieving development for all requires formulation of inclusive policy that recognizes the role of gender equality to determine outcomes for women and men in the community. Generally, access to updated and reliable gender statistics is extremely requisite to eliminate gender blindness in the formulation of policies. It is from the above background that the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR) in collaboration with the Gender Monitoring Office (GMO) and UN Women through ONE UN/ Delivering as One (DaO) embarked on establishing a comprehensive Gender Statistics Framework (GSF) resulting in Gender Statistics Report with gender equality highlights in key development sectors. The aim of the framework is not only to encourage policy debates in particular around gender gaps but also capture good practices by providing evidence. Accordingly, this Gender Statistics Report shows the gap between men and women, and also provides a viable benchmark situation on the gender status in different development sectors. The present edition shows the current data for thirteen fields namely Gender and Population; Gender and Education; Gender and Health; Gender, Employment and time use; Gender, Social Protection and Disasters Management; Gender and Justice; Gender, Environment and Natural Resources; Gender, Decision making and Governance; Gender, Infrastructure, ICT and Media; Gender, Trade and Business; Gender, Industry and Processing; Gender, Agriculture, Livestock and Forestry; and lastly Gender, Income and Access to Finance. However, it should be noted that some indicators are not disaggregated by sex due to the smallness of survey sample. We are confident that this report will be a timely data bank of useful development information on Rwanda. Therefore, the National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda looks forwards to a continued partnership with One UN and Gender Monitoring Office to bring this initiative forward, and expects more users’ needs for consideration in future editions preparation.

Yusuf MURANGWA Director General

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Acknowledgement

T

his report has been prepared with participation of a large number of individuals and organizations. We would like to express our gratitude to all of them and sincere

appreciation to the partner Ministries, Institutions, agencies and UN Women for their respective great support and inputs throughout the process of writing and publishing this report. We also thank the technical staff from National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda (NISR) for their unfailing participation in all activities of compiling this report, especially Mr. Venuste NKURUNZIZA, Statistician in-charge of Socio Cross-cutting Statistics; Mr. David MASENGESHO, Statistician in charge of monitoring of MDGs and EDPRS and Mrs. Annonciata MUKABAGIRE Statistician in-charge of Primary and Secondary Education Statistics. This team was coordinated by MUCHOCHORI KANOBANA Dominique, the Technical Advisor for Gender Statistics under guidance of Mrs. Apolline MUKANYONGA, the Acting Director of DSS Unit. We also appreciate the valuable support provided by Mrs. Solange MUDAHOGORA from UN Women and Mr. Patrick MICO from Gender Monitoring Office. To all the above, we say thank you.

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Acronyms and Abbreviations ARI: Acute Respiratory Infection DHS:

Demographic and Health Survey

EICV:

Integrated Household Living Conditions Survey

GBV: Gender Based Violence GIS: Geographical Information System GMO: Gender Monitoring Office HH: Household HMIS :

Health Management Information System

ICT: Information Communication Technology MIDIMAR:

Ministry of Disaster Management and Refugees

MINAGRI :

Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources

MINECOFIN : Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning MINEDUC : Ministry of Education MMI : Military Medical Insurance NISR:

National Institute of Statistics of Rwanda

PMTCT:

Prevention of Mother-to-child transmission

RAMA :

La Rwandaise d’Assurance Maladie

RLDSF:

Rwanda Local Development Support Fund

RNRA: Rwanda Natural Resources Authority

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RSSB: Rwanda Social Security Board SACCO:

Savings and Credit Co-operative

UNHCR:

United Nations High Commission for Refugees

UNW:

United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of

Women VUP: Vision 2020 Umurenge Programme

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Glossary:

KEY WORDS

DEFINITIONS

Sex ratio:

Number of males per 100 females in a population

Crude Birth Rate:

The number of live births per 1,000 persons in a population in a year

Crude Death Rate:

Number of deaths per 1,000 population in a given year

Life Expectancy at Birth:

The average number of years a new born is expected to live given the prevailing deaths rates

Annual Population growth

The average rate of population change per year over a ten year

Rate:

period

Population Density:

Population per unit area (usually square meter)

Birth Registration:

Percentage of children under age 5 whose births are reported/ registered with the civil authorities

Gross Enrolment Rate:

Total number of students enrolled in a specific level of education, regardless of age, expressed as a Percentage of the official school-age population corresponding to the same level of education in given school-year.

Net Enrolment Rate:

Enrolment of the official age-group for a given level of education expressed as a percentage of the corresponding population. NER = Number of pupils of specified age in the cycle X 100 Population of related school age

Primary school net attendance Number of primary school age children currently attending ratio:

primary school

Secondary school net

Number of secondary school age children currently attending

attendance ratio:

secondary school or higher

Gender Parity Index for

Gender parity index (Ratio of girls to boys) in primary is the

primary:

ratio of the number of female students enrolled at primary level of education to the number of male students in the same level.

Gender Parity Index for

Gender parity index (Ratio of girls to boys) in secondary is the

secondary:

ratio of the number of female students enrolled at secondary level of education to the number of male students in the same level.

Total Fertility Rate:

The expected number of children a woman who survives to the end of the reproductive age span (15-49 years) would have during her life time if she experiences the given age at specific rate.

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Contraceptive Prevalence

Percentage of women of reproductive age who are using (or

rate:

whose partner is using) a contraceptive method.

Infant mortality rate:

Probability of dying of infants before celebrating the first birth day per 1,000 live births

Maternal Mortality Ratio:

Probability of women dying during pregnancy, child births, or within 42 days of termination of pregnancy because of any cause related to or aggravated by the pregnancy or its management but not from accidental or incidental causes, expressed per 100,000 live births.

Economic activity:

Covers all market production and certain types of non market production, including production and processing of primary products for own consumption, own-account consumption (owner occupied dwellings) and other production of fixed assets for own use

Employment:

This refers to the act that engages or occupies; that which consumes time or attention; office or post of business; service; agricultural employments; mechanical employments and public employments. This may be part time or full time, permanent or temporary.

Employed persons:

Persons in paid employment who work for wage or salary in cash or in Kind or both, and have a formal job attachment.

Employment status:

Refers to the status of an economically active person with respect to his/her position at his/her place of work and his/her mode of

Establishment:

This is an economic unit engaged in one or predominantly economic activity under single ownership or control and is situated at a single physical location.

Occupation:

Refers to the nature of task and duties performed during reference period preceeding interview by persons in paid employment, unpaid family work or self – employment jobs.

Underemployment:

Refers to persons who work less than 40 hours per week, but were willing and available to work additional hours within the last seven days.

Access strand:

A measurement of financial inclusion across the formal-informal institutional provider continuum

Banked:

Individual using one or more traditional financial products supplied by a bank

Credit:

Obtaining funds from a third party with the promise of repayment of the principal and, in most cases, the payment of interest and arrangement charges

Formally included:

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Financially excluded:

Individuals not using any formal or informal financial product

Financially served:

Individuals using one or more formal and/or informal financial products

Financial inclusion:

Giving people access to formal and/or informal financial products

Informal products:

Financial services provided by individuals and associations that are not regulated by government such as savings clubs, informal money lenders, shops giving customers credit

Informally served:

Individuals who are not using any formal financial product but are using one or more products supplied by an informal source such as a savings club, credit from a shop, an informal money lender

Insurance:

Payment of a premium against a risk of an event happening , with a payout occurring if the event happens

Non-Bank Formal:

Financial products supplied by formal institutions other than banks, for example, MFI, Umurenge and other SCACCOs, insurance companies, formal remittance service providers

Remittances:

The sending and receiving of money between people in one place to people in another, using formal or informal means.

Saving:

Putting money aside to use in the future

SACCOs:

Financial institutions owned by the members, with financial services targeted towards the pool of members

Note: Total* means that the indicator was not disaggregated by sex due to the smallness of the survey sample size, hence cannot provide sex disaggregated reliable data to inform policy making.

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INDICATOR

UNIT

SUBGROUP

SOURCE

2010

2011

2012

1. GENDER AND POPULATION & YOUTH Total Population

Population share

Sex ratio at National Level

Number

Total

2012 Population and Housing Census, Provisional Results

10,537,222

Number

Female

2012 Population and Housing Census, Provisional Results

5,462,280

Number

Male

2012 Population and Housing Census, Provisional Results

5,074,942

Percent

Male

2012 Population and Housing Census, Provisional Results

48.2

Percent

Female

2012 Population and Housing Census, Provisional Results

51.8

Number of Males per 100 Females

Total

2012 Population and Housing Census, Provisional Results

93

Population by sex and broad age group: 0-14 yr

Number

Female

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

2,342,191

Number

Male

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

2,352,575

Number

Female

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

1,118,587

Number

Male

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

1,078,114

Number

Female

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

2,075,706

Number

Male

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

1,811,206

Number

Female

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

154,546

Number

Male

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

158,053

Birth registration of under 5 children

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

63.2

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

62.9

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

63.6

Annual Birth Rate

Average Number

Total

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

460,859

Annual Death Rate

Average Number

Total

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

146,096

Crude Death Rate

Per thousand

Total

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

13.2

Crude Birth Rate

Per thousand

Total

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

41.8

15-24 yr

25-64 yr

65+ yr

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Average annual population growth rate

Percent

Total

2012 Population and Housing Census, Provisional Results

Migration rate in 5 years preceding the survey

Percent

Total

EICV 3, Thematic report on Economic Activity

10.7

Percent

Female

EICV 3, Thematic report on Economic Activity

10.2

Percent

Male

EICV 3, Thematic report on Economic Activity

11.2

Percentage of population with major disabilities

Percent

Total*

EICV 3, District Profiles

4.5

Youth Population (14-35 Years)

Number

Total

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

4,413,403

Number

Male

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

2,130,262

Number

Female

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

2,283,141

Years

Female

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

54.8

Years

Male

Rwanda Population Projection 2009

50.8

Median age at first Years intercourse (25-49 Years years)

Female

DHS 2010

20.7

Male

DHS 2010

21.6

Median age at first Years birth

Female

DHS 2010

22.4

Median age at first Years marriage (25-49 Years yrs)

Male

DHS 2010

24.9

Female

DHS 2010

21.4

Life Expectancy at birth

2.6

Percentage of men and women aged 15-49 according their marital status: never married Married Living together Separated Divorced Widowed Percentage of households according to the sex of the Head of household

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

38.7

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

50.5

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

35.1

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

34.1

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

15.3

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

13.4

percent

Female

DHS 2010

0.8

percent

Male

DHS 2010

0.5

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

4.7

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

1.1

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

5.4

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

0.4

Percent

Female EICV3_Themathic Report headed HH on Economic Activity

27.7

Percent

Male EICV3_Themathic Report headed HH on Economic Activity

66.5

Percent

De facto female Headed

EICV3_Themathic Report on Economic Activity

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Mean number of persons in the household by head of HH

Percentage of poor households by sex of head household

Average number

Any HH

EICV-3: Thematic report on Gender

4.8

Average number

Female EICV-3: Thematic report headed HH on Gender

3.9

Average number

Male EICV-3: Thematic report headed HH on Gender

5.1

Average number

De facto female headed

EICV-3: Thematic report on Gender

5.6

Percent

Female EICV-3: Thematic report headed HH on Gender

47

Percent

Male EICV-3: Thematic report headed HH on Gender

43.6

Percent

Defacto female headed

50.8

EICV-3: Thematic report on Gender

2. GENDER AND EDUCATION Enrolment in primary education

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Number

Female

Administrative data 1,166,770 1,190,941 (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

Number

Male

Administrative data 1,132,556 1,150,205 (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

Gender parity index for primary gross enrolment

Ratio

Females to Males

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

1.02

Gender parity index for primary gross attendance

Ratio

Females to Males

DHS 2010

1.03

Gender parity index for secondary gross attendance

Ratio

Females to Males

DHS 2010

0.93

Gender parity index for primary net attendance

Ratio

Females to Males

DHS 2010

1.02

Gender parity index for secondary net attendance

Ratio

Females to Males

DHS 2010

1.07

Girls’ share of primary enrolment

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

51.0

51.0

Gross Enrolment ratio in primary education

Ratio

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

128.0

129.0

Ratio

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

125.0

126.0

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Enrolment in secondary education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

215,661

250,687

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

209,926

235,750

Gender parity index for secondary gross enrolment

Ratio

Females to Males

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

1.00

1.04

Girls’ share of secondary enrolment

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

51.0

52.0

Gross Enrolment ratio in secondary education

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

32.0

36.0

Gross Enrolment ratio in secondary education

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

32.0

35.0

Enrolment in tertiary education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS January 2012)

27,492

31,799

Enrolment in tertiary education

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

35,242

41,875

Women’s share of tertiary enrolment

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

44.0

43.0

Women’s share of tertiary enrolment in public institutions

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

33.0

34.0

Women’s share of tertiary enrolment Private institutions

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS January 2012)

55.0

53.0

Gross intake ratio to last grade of primary

Ratio

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

80.0

82.0

Ratio

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

71.0

75.0

Ratio

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

97.0

98.0

Ratio

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

94.0

94.0

Percent

Female

EICV3_Themathic Report on Education, 2012

92.7

Percent

Male

EICV3_Themathic Report on Education, 2012

90.7

Net enrolment ratio in Primary

Net attendance ratio in Primary

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Gross attendance ratio in Primary

Percent

Female

EICV3_Themathic Report on Education, 2012

147.1

Percent

Male

EICV3_Themathic Report on Education, 2012

149.8

Percent

Female

EICV3_Themathic Report on Education, 2012

23.3

Percent

Male

EICV3_Themathic Report on Education, 2012

18.6

Percent

Female

EICV3_Themathic Report on Education, 2012

42.3

Percent

Male

EICV3_Themathic Report on Education, 2012

39.5

Ratio

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

23.7

27.2

Ratio

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

21.6

24.2

Percentage of teachers for secondary education

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS January 2012)

26.8

27.7

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

73.2

72.2

Percentage of teachers for tertiary education

Percent

Female

Administrative data: Statistical Information in Higher Learning Institutions 2010 and 2011

19.0

21.0

Percent

Male

Administrative data: Statistical Information in Higher Learning Institutions (EMIS) 2010 and 2011

81.0

79.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

80.0

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

20.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

53.7

51.6

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

46.3

48.4

Percentage of Percent teachers for Vocational Training Percent Centers

Female

MINEDUC: Administrative data (EMIS)

35.0

Male

MINEDUC: Administrative data (EMIS)

65.0

Percentage of Heads for PrePrimary Education

Percent

Female

MINEDUC: Administrative data (EMIS)

50.0

Percent

Male

MINEDUC: Administrative data (EMIS)

50.0

Net attendance ratio in Secondary

Gross attendance ratio in secondary

Net enrolment ratio in Secondary

Percentage of teachers for PrePrimary education

Percentage of teachers for Primary education

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Percentage Percent of Heads for Vocational Training Percent Centers

Female

MINEDUC: Administrative data (EMIS)

18.0

Male

MINEDUC: Administrative data (EMIS)

82.0

Enrolment in Preprimary Education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

49,900

57,497

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

47,034

54,378

Gender parity index of gross Enrollment in Preprimary Education

Ratio

Females to Males

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

1.07

1.06

Girl’s percentage of Pre-primary Education

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

52.0

51.0

Gross Enrolment ratio in Preprimary Education

Ratio

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

10.0

12.0

Ratio

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

10.0

11.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

6.0

10.0

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

6.0

10.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

76.0

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

75.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

13.0

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

14.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

11.0

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

12.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

81.8

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

75.1

Net Enrolment ratio in Preprimary Education

Promotion rate in Primary Education

Repetition rate in Primary Education

Dropout rate in Primary Education

Completion Rate in Primary

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Transition rate in Primary Education (P6 To S1)

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

91.1

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

96.4

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

88.5

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

89.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

3.8

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

4.0

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

7.5

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

7.4

Transition rate in Secondary Education (S3 To S4)

Percent

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

94.7

Percent

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

92.8

Number of students in tertiary education per 100,000 inhabitants

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

511

575

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

701

808

Number of Students with disabilities in Preprimary Education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

491

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

675

Number of Students with disabilities in Primary Education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

12409

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

14944

Number of Students with disabilities in Secondary Education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

3448

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

3714

Promotion rate in Secondary Education

Repetition rate in Secondary Education

Drop-out rate in Secondary Education

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Number of Number Students with disabilities in Vocational Training Number Centers

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

219

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

303

Number of Students with disabilities in Tertiary Education

Number

Female

Administrative data : Statistical Information in Higher Learning Institutions (2011)

194

Number

Male

Administrative data : Statistical Information in Higher Learning Institutions (2011)

257

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

4432

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

4437

Number of Orphan Students in Primary Education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

158, 897

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

156,403

Number of Orphan Students in Secondary Education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

76,631

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

72,517

Number of Orphan Students in Vocational Training Centers

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

Number

Male

Percent

Female

Number of Orphans Students in Pre-primary Education

Enrolment in Number Vocational Training Centers

Girl’s percentage of Vocational Training Centers

2,191

2,696

3,452

4,395

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

3862

6920

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

47.1

38.8

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Number of Qualified Teachers in Primary Education

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

19,440

20,632

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

16,367

19,033

Number

Female

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

2,455

3,206

Number

Male

Administrative data (RWANDA EDUCATION STATISTICS, January 2012)

6,226

10,000

Literacy rate among population aged 15–24

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

85

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

83

Literacy rate among population aged 15 and above

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

76.9

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

80.4

Percentage of population aged 16 to 35 currently attending tertiary education

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

2.1

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

3.0

Percentage of women age 15-19 who have begun childbearing (without Education)

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

24.9

Percentage of women age 15-19 who have begun childbearing (Primary)

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

6.1

Percentage of women age 15-19 who have begun childbearing (Secondary)

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

3.6

Number of Qualified Teachers in Secondary Education

3. GENDER AND HEALTH & NUTRITION Total fertility rate

18

Average number of children per woman

Total

DHS, 2010

4.6

Average number of children per woman

Urban

DHS, 2010

3.4

Average number of children per woman

Rural

DHS, 2010

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Proportion of women aged 1519 who have had a live birth

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

4.7

Percent

Urban

DHS, 2010

4.2

Percent

Rural

DHS, 2010

4.8

Percentage of women aged 15-19 who are pregnant with first child

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

1.3

Percentage of women aged 15-19 who have begun child bearing

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

6.1

Percent

Urban

DHS 2010

5.4

Percent

Rural

DHS 2010

6.2

Proportion of married women who have not given birth by age 45-49

Percent

DHS, 2010

1.5

Percentage of women aged 15-49 receiving antenatal care from a skilled provider

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

98

Percentage of women with antenatal care coverage with at least one visit

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

98

Percent

Urban

DHS, 2010

98

Percent

Rural

DHS, 2010

98

Percentage of women with antenatal care coverage with at least 4 visits

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

35

Percent

Urban

DHS, 2010

40

Percent

Rural

DHS, 2010

35

Immunization Measles coverage for children age 12-23 months

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

95

Percent

Male

DHS, 2010

95

Percent

Female

DHS, 2010

95

Proportion of children fully immunized

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

90.1

Percent

Male

DHS, 2010

90.2

Percent

Female

DHS, 2010

90

Prevalence of underweight children (under 5 years- below 2 SD)

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

11.4

Percent

Male

DHS, 2010

12.7

Percent

Female

DHS, 2010

10.2

Male

DHS, 2010

3.6

Female

DHS, 2010

16.3

Prevalence Percent of obesity or Percent overweight among adults population 15-49 years

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Prevalence of total Thin among population 15-49 years

20

Percent

Male

DHS, 2010

15.6

Percent

Female

DHS, 2010

7.3

Infant mortality Deaths per rate (under 1 year) 1000 live births

Total*

DHS, 2010

50

Under 5 mortality rate (under 5 years)

Deaths per 1000 live births

Total*

DHS, 2010

76

Children under age five sleeping under insecticidetreated net

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

70

Percent

Male

DHS, 2010

69

Percent

Female

DHS, 2010

71

Percentage of under 5 years with fever who tested for malaria

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

21

Percent

Male

DHS, 2010

22.8

Percent

Female

DHS, 2010

18.9

Percentage of under five years children with any diarrhea

Percent

Total*

DHS 2010

13.2

Percentage of under five years children with Fever

Percent

Total*

DHS 2010

15.8

Percentage of under five years children with ARI

Percent

Total*

DHS 2010

3.7

Percentage of under5 years children with diarrhea who received ORT treatment within 24 hours

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

34.5

Percent

Male

DHS, 2010

36.5

Percent

Female

DHS, 2010

32.2

percentage of under 5 years children who received Vit A in the last six months

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

92.9

Percent

Male

DHS, 2010

93.4

Percent

Female

DHS, 2010

92.4

Births attended by skilled health personnel

Percent

Total

DHS, 2010

69

Percent

Urban

DHS, 2010

82

Percent

Rural

DHS, 2010

67

Maternal mortality ratio

Maternal deaths per 100,000 live births

Female

DHS 2010

476

HIV rate among male population 15-24 years

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

2.7

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

1.5

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

3.7

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HIV prevalence rate among urban population 15-24 years

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

0.7

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

0.2

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

1.1

Percentage of population 15-24 yearolds who have comprehensive correct knowledge of AIDS

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

47.4

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

52.6

Percentage of young people aged 15-24 years who had sex with a non-marital, non-cohabiting partner in the last 12 months

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

10.8

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

6.9

Condom use at last high-risk sex among youth 1524 years

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

66.2

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

42

Percentage of young people aged 15-24 years who had sex before age 15

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

11.3

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

3.8

Percentage of young women 1524 who had more than one sexual partner in the past 12 months

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

1.7

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

0.6

HIV prevalence among population aged 15-49 years old

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

3

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

2.2

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

3.7

HIV prevalence among population aged 15-49 years old, urban

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

7.1

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

5.4

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

8.7

HIV prevalence among population aged 15-49 years old, rural

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

2.3

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

1.6

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

2.6

HIV-infected pregnant women aged 15-49 years

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

2.4

Estimated number of HIV-infected pregnant women who received ARVs for PMTCT (high estimate)

Number

Female

MINISANTE, HMIS 2012

5414

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22

Estimated number of HIV-infected pregnant women who received ARVs for PMTCT (low estimate)

Number

Female

MINISANTE, HMIS 2012

3972

Estimated number of HIV-infected pregnant women who received ARVs for PMTCT (estimate)

Number

Female

MINISANTE, HMIS 2012

4615

Percentage of people 1549 year-olds who have comprehensive knowledge of HIV

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

51.6

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

55.5

Percentage of female and male sex workers reporting the use of a condom with their most recent client

Percent

Total*

DHS 2010

27.5

Percentage of men aged 15-49 who ever paid for sexual intercourse

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

28.9

Percentage of married men tested during PMTCT

Percent

Male

HMIS 2012

Modern contraceptive prevalence rate for currently married women

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

45.1

Percentage of Condom use of the contraceptive prevalence rate

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

2.9

Percentage of health facilities (health centers + District hospitals) with one stop center (GBV)

Percent

Total

HMIS 2012

Number of people with tuberculosis cases detected (new cases) by sex

Number

Total*

HMIS 2012

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84

5

6,434


Percentage of people with tuberculosis cases detected and cured under direct observed treatment by sex

Percent

Total*

HMIS 2012

78.7

Number of GBV with symptoms of sexual violence

Number

Male

HMIS 2012

70

Number

Female

HMIS 2012

1438

HIV prevalence rate among couples: both positive

Percent

couples

DHS 2010

2.4

man positive ,woman negative

Percent

couples

DHS 2010

1.3

man negative , woman positive

Percent

couples

DHS 2010

0.9

Average annual per capita expenditure (in US$) for outpatient visits and inpatient admissions for women and men: Per capita expenditure for outpatient

Amount in US $

Male

DHS 2010

3.79

Amount in US $

Female

DHS 2010

3.36

Per capita expenditure for inpatient

Amount in US $

Male

DHS 2010

0.58

Amount in US $

Female

DHS 2010

0.79

4. GENDER AND WORK/EMPLOYMENT & TIME USE Employment type by sex: Wage Farm

Wage Non-farm

Small scale farmer

Independent non farm

Others and not well identified

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

10.2

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

9.7

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

27.4

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

8.3

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

49.4

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

71.8

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

11.7

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

8.0

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

1.4

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

2.1

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Main occupation by sex: Professionals

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

3.5

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

2.0

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

2.7

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.2

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.1

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.1

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

1.0

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.8

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.9

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

7.7

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

7.4

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

7.5

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

7.0

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

4.0

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

5.4

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

61.3

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

81.9

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

72.6

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

12.9

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

2.8

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

7.4

Drivers and Percent machine operators

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

5.2

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.3

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

2.6

Senior officials and managers

Office clerks

Commercial and sales

Skilled service sector

Agricultural and fishery workers

Semi-skilled operatives

24

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Unskilled laborers’

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.7

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.1

Percent

Total

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.3

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

81.6

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

61.4

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

72.5

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.2

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

2.0

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

1.0

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

1.6

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

3.1

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

2.3

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.1

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.4

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.2

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.6

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

5.9

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

2.9

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

8.0

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

10.1

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

8.9

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.2

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

3.9

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

1.8

Industry of main job by sex: Agriculture, fishing Percent and forestry

Mining and Quarrying

Manufacturing

Utilities

Construction

Trade

Transport and communication

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Financial services

Government

Recreation and tourism

Others services

Inadequately described

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.2

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.6

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.4

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

2.8

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

6.1

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

4.3

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.5

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.5

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

0.5

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

3.4

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

5.1

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

4.1

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

1.0

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

1.2

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

1.1

Frequency of payment for the job done by sex: Daily payment

Weekly

Monthly

Yearly

26

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

57.1

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

47.6

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

2.3

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

5.5

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

38.6

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

44.5

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

1.7

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

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Percentage Percent economically inactive population by sex (12-month reference period)

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

16.3

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

13.9

Employment rate by sex (Usual employment -12-month reference period)

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

85.2

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

83.1

Unemployment rate (12-month reference period)

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

1.0

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

0.8

Percentage of the population who were students and inactive, by sex

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

10.4

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

12.4

Working population 16 yrs+

Number (in thousands)

Total

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

4,960

Number (in thousands)

Female

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

2,725

Number (in thousands)

male

EICV3:Thematic report on Gender

2,234

Percent of usual work status by sex of head of household: Wage farm

Wage non-farm

Small scale farmers

Independent non farm

Percent working less than 20 hrs/ week ( 16+ yr)

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report: Gender

10.3

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report: Gender

9.4

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report: Gender

5.1

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report: Gender

23.9

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report: Gender

75.9

Percent

male

EICV3: Thematic report: Gender

53.1

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report: Gender

8.5

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report: Gender

12.8

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

35.6

Percent

Percent working more than 40 hrs/ week ( 16+ yr)

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

24.1

Youth employment rate ( 14-35 yr)

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Youth

71.2

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Youth

69.1

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Youth

70.2

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Youth unemployment rate ( 14-35 yr)

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Youth

1.6

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Youth

1.2

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic report on Youth

1.4

Self-employed workers (15+ years)

Percent

Male

Establishment Census Report 2011

73.2

Percent

Female

Establishment Census Report 2011

26.8

Population employed in agriculture (16+ yr)

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

61.4

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

81.9

Youth population employed in agriculture (1524yr)

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

66.9

Median Hours spent per week on domestic duties and work by sex (population aged 16+): Hours worked in all current jobs

All hours on domestic work

All hours on domestic and work for profit or pay

Median hours

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

24

Median hours

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

31

Median hours

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

27

Median hours

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

9

Median hours

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

51

Median hours

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

40

Percentage of population 16 years+ who spent some hours on domestic duties by sex: Foraging firewood

Fodder searching

Water fetching

Going to the market

Cooking

28

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

51.0

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

26.8

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

55.0

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

49.0

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

58.7

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

35.7

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

53.2

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

26.3

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

93.7

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

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Other household chores

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

90.9

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

36.4

Percentage of children who spend some times on domestic jobs per week and by sex: Foraging firewood for household

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

47.7

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

44.3

Fodder searching or grazing for household animals

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

36.2

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

47.3

Water searching or fetching

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

79.6

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

78.8

Going to the market for household

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

8.8

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

4.9

Cooking for household

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

52.1

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

29

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

60.6

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Gender

34.9

Other household chores; laundry, cleaning, looking after children, etc

Average total number of hours worked in all jobs by employees by sector: Public

Parastatal

Private, formal

Private, informal non-farm

Private, informal farm

Median hours

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

44

Median hours

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

48

Median hours

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

48

Median hours

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

45

Median hours

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

45

Median hours

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

50

Median hours

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

60

Median hours

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

42

Median hours

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

24

Median hours

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Economic Activity

30

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5. GENDER AND SOCIAL PROTECTION & DISASTERS MANAGEMENT Percentage of population with major disabilities

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Social Protection

4.5

Proportion of persons living in potentially vulnerable households by poverty status of the head of household: Below extreme poverty line

Percent

Male headed

EICV3: Thematic Report on Social Protection

23.6

Percent

Female headed

EICV3: Thematic Report on Social Protection

26.0

Percent

Male headed

EICV3: Thematic Report on Social Protection

44.3

Percent

Female headed

EICV3: Thematic Report on Social Protection

47.0

Percent

Male headed

EICV3: Thematic Report on Social Protection

55.7

Percent

Female headed

EICV3: Thematic Report on Social Protection

53.0

Affiliation to Health insurance (RAMA, Mutuelle de sante, others)

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

71.4

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

66.3

RAMA

Percent

Female

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

38

Percent

Male

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

62

Percent

Female

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

52.4

Percent

Male

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

47.6

Affiliation to Percent pension insurance Mandatory (public, Percent private)

Male

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

71

71

Female

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

29

29

Pension beneficiaries

Percent

Female

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

44.0

43.8

Percent

Male

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

56.0

56.2

Percent

Female

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

46.1

46.5

Percent

Male

RSSB-Annual report, June 2012

53.9

53.5

Vision 2020 Umurenge Program (VUP) beneficiaries in Public works

Number

Female

RLDSF Annual report, June 2012

43,618

Number

Male

RLDSF Annual report, June 2012

50,779

Vision 2020 Umurenge Program (VUP) benefiting from financial services

Number

Female

RLDSF Annual report, June 2012

25,884

Male

RLDSF Annual report, June 2012

29,442

Below poverty line

Non-poor

Beneficiaries to RAMA health insurance affiliations

Occupational hasard pension

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Vision 2020 Umurenge Program (VUP) direct support beneficiaries

Number

Female

RLDSF Annual report, June 2012

18,660

Number

Male

RLDSF Annual report, June 2012

8,971

Percentage of women who have ever experienced physical violence since age 15

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

41.2

Percentage of women who have ever experienced sexual violence

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

22.3

Percentage of households with orphans and foster children under 18 years of age: Foster children

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

Double orphans

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

Single orphans

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

Foster and/or orphan children

Percent

Total

DHS 2010

21.9 3.3 15.8 30.2

Percentage attending school by survivorship of parents: Both parents deceased

Both parents alive and living with at least one parent Ratio of the percentage with both parents deceased to the percentage with both parents alive and living with a parent

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

Percent

Male

DHS 2010

Percent

Female

DHS 2010

Ratio

Male

DHS 2010

Ratio

Female

DHS 2010

Male

DHS 2010

Female

DHS 2010

Percentage of Percent children 5-14 years old who Percent worked in the week prior to the survey for someone who was not a member of this household

91.2 83.8 96.2 96.0 0.95 0.87

8.1 7.8

Percentage of households benefitting from one-cow policy or other social protection schemes by sex of head of HH: One-cow policy

Percent

Total*

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3.9

31


Any animal from NGOs/ social protection scheme

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

9

Any livestock transfer

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

13

Number of households which have received a cow from ‘One Cow per Poor Family’ policy and still have it by sex of head of HH: HHs which have received a cow

Number

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

88,000

HHs which still have cow

Number

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

72,000

Mean per adult equivalent household income share by Sex of head of household: Public transfers

Private

Agriculture

Wages

Net Business

Rents and imputed rent

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

4.0

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

2.9

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

9.3

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

6.0

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

49.8

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

44.1

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

19.3

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

27.6

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

7.8

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

11.6

Percent

Female

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

9.7

Percent

Male

EICV3:Thematic Report on Social Protection

7.9

Housing Unit occupancy status by sex of head of household : Owner-occupier

Mortgaged

32

Percent

Male Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

82.6

Percent

Female Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

84.6

Percent

De Facto female headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

85.6

Percent

Male Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.7

Percent

Female Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.4

Percent

De Facto female headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

1.5

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Tenancy (renting)

Percent

Male Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

11.3

Percent

Female Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

6.6

Percent

De Facto female headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

7.4

Percent

Male Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.4

Percent

Female Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.2

Percent

De Facto female headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.7

Percent

Male Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

4.7

Percent

Female Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

7.3

Percent

De Facto female headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

4.4

Percent

Male Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.3

Percent

Female Headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.6

Percent

De Facto female headed

EICV3:Thematic Report on Gender

0.5

Disaster HH victims benefiting from prompt response assistance by sex

Number

Total*

MIDIMAR Annual report, June 2012

1,657

1,320

Number of HH benefiting assistance in the recovery process by sex

Number

Total*

MIDIMAR Annual report, June 2012

1,264

567

Number of elderly refugees with specific needs assisted by sex

Number

Female

Re-registration and verification exercise: MIDIMAR-UNHCRMigration, 2012

Number

Male

Re-registration and verification exercise: MIDIMAR -UNHCRMigration, 2012

Number

Female

Re-registration and verification exercise: MIDIMAR -UNHCRMigration, 2012

Number

Male

Re-registration and verification exercise: MIDIMAR -UNHCRMigration, 2012

Dwelling provided by employer

Dwelling provided free of charge

Temporary camp

Number of disabled refugees who receive assistance by sex

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703

364

1,016

1,064

33


Number of refugees benefiting of shelter in refugee camps

Number

Female

Re-registration and verification exercise: MIDIMAR -UNHCRMigration, 2012

Number

Male

Re-registration and verification exercise: MIDIMAR -UNHCRMigration, 2012

Number of Rwandans repatriated

Number

Total*

Re-registration and verification exercise: MIDIMAR -UNHCRMigration, 2012

Number of vulnerable returnees beneficiaries of Vocational Skills training

Number

Total*

Number of vulnerable returnees beneficiaries of livestock

Number

9,256

4,875

9,735

9,825

MIDIMAR Annual Report 2011-2012

953

1,106

Total*

MIDIMAR Annual Report 2011-2012

662

5,399

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics Publication, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

43

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics Publication, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

57

Percentage of Inspectors in Supreme Court

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book, 2012

17

Percent

Male

Statistical Year Book, 2012

83

Percentage of Judges in High Courts

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book, 2012

30.8

Percent

Male

Statistical Year Book, 2012

69.2

Percentage of Judges in lower Courts

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book, 2012

44.2

Percent

Male

Statistical Year Book, 2012

55.8

Percentage of Judges in Commercial Courts

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics Publication, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

43

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics Publication, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

57

6. GENDER AND JUSTICE Percentage of judges in Supreme Court

7. GENDER AND ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCES Percentage of land irrigated, protected against soil erosion, and affected by land consolidation by head of HH: land irrigated

34

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

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3.0


land protected against soil erosion

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

78.1

land affected by land consolidation

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

11.5

Percentage of HHs with access to improved sanitation facilities by head of HH: Improved Sanitation

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

74.5

Pit latrine without slab

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

19.4

No toilet facilities

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

6.1

Percentage of household with their specific methods of rubbish disposal by head of HH: Compost heap

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

59.4

Thrown in bushes or fields

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

31.1

Dumped in river or lake

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

2.5

Rubbish collection service

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

5.0

Publicly managed refuse area

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Environment and Natural Resources

1.9

Percentage of people in the overall mining workforce

Percent

Female

RNRA, Q4 report - June 2012

21.0

Percent

Male

RNRA, Q4 report - June 2012

79.0

Number of people entrepreneurs in mining sector

Percent

Total*

RNRA Report - July 2012

230

Number of men and women who have received land titles under land reform schemes

Number

Total

RNRA, monthly report August 2012

2,938,517

Number of registered privately owned land as owner or co-owner

Number

Female

RNRA, GIS report - July 2012

302,589

Number

Male

RNRA, GIS report - July 2012

250,301

Number of land disputes related to gender

Number

Total

RNRA, monthly report August 2012

10,715

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8. GENDER AND DECISION MAKING & GOVERNANCE Governance: Ministers

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book 2012

36.8

Percent

Male

Statistical Year Book 2012

63.2

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book 2012

50.0

Male

Statistical Year Book 2012

50.0

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

50.0

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

50.0

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

23.8

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

76.2

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

15.7

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

84.3

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

5.9

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

94.1

Vice-Rectors Academic Affairs/ Public higher learning institutions

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

5.0

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

95

Vice-Rectors Adm. & Finance/ Public Higher learning institutions

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

5.3

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

94.7

Members of Public Institution Boards

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

26.8

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

73.2

Percent

Female

Statistical Year book 2012

57.5

Percent

Male

Statistical Year book 2012

42.5

State Ministers

Percent Permanent Secretaries

Ambassadors

DG’s, Executive Secretaries of public institutions

Rectors in Public learning institutions

Members of Parliament (Chamber of Deputies)

36

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Members of Parliament (Senate)

Percent

Female

Statistical Year book 2012

38.5

Percent

Male

Statistical Year book 2012

61.5

Civil Servants

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

45.5

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

54.5

Percent

Male

Statistical Year Book 2012

75

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book 2012

25

Bureau of the executive districts council

Percent

Male

Statistical Year Book 2012

66.7

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book 2012

33.3

Mayors

Percent

Male

Statistical Year Book 2012

93.3

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book 2012

6.3

Member of Districts Council

Percent

Female

Statistical Year Book 2012

44.8

Percent

Male

Statistical Year Book 2012

55.2

District Executive Secretaries

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

6.7

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

93.3

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

9.1

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

90.9

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

37.7

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume I: The Public Sector in Rwanda, 2011

62.3

Governors

Sector Executive Secretaries

Cell Executive Secretaries

9. GENDER AND INFRASTRUCTURE, ICT & MEDIA Percentage of Households accessing improved drinking water by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

74.2

% of the population with improved drinking water source

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

74.7

Percentage of households accessing improved water source in 200m in urban area by head of household

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

52.6

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38

Percentage of households accessing improved water source in 500m in rural area by head of household

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

41.3

Percentage of households satisfied with main drinking water source by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

53.9

Mean Expenditure on water by head of HH

Average amount (in Frws)

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

Percentage of HH accessing improved sanitation by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

77

Percentage of HH with Electricity distributors used as primary fuel for lighting by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

10.8

Percentage of HH with Oil lamp used as primary fuel for lighting by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

9.7

Percentage of HH with Lantern used as primary fuel for lighting by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

34.7

Percentage of HH with Battery used as primary fuel for lighting by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

28.6

Percentage of HH with Firewood used as primary fuel for lighting by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

8.8

Percentage of HH with Others primary fuel used for lighting by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

7.4

Percentage of HH with Firewood used as primary fuel for cooking by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

86.3

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6,870


Percentage of HH with Charcoal used as primary fuel for cooking by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

10.6

Percentage of HH with Crop waste used as primary fuel for cooking by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

2.3

Percentage of HH with Others primary fuel used for cooking by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.8

Percentage of HH with Candles used as primary fuel for lighting by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

5.9

Percentage of head of HH with electricity expenditure

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

9.6

Average Expenditure (in Fwrs) on electricity by head of HH

Average amount

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

49194

Proportion of HHs in Imidugudu by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

37.5

Proportion of HH in Unplanned clustered rural housing by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

11.1

Proportion of HH in Isolated rural housing by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

37.2

Proportion of HH in Unplanned urban housing by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

8.4

Proportion of HH in Modern planned area by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.6

Proportion of HH in a single house dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

92.4

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40

Proportion of HH in a multiple HH dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

3

Proportion of HH in group of enclosed dwellings with multiple HHs by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

3.1

Proportion of HH in group of enclosed dwellings with single HH by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.5

Mean number of people per bedroom by head of HH

Average Number

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

2.3

Mean floor area of dwelling and outside dwelling in square meters by head of HH

Average area in square meter

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

40.2

Percentage of HH with Thatch or leaves used as roofing material of the dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.9

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

2.6

Percentage of HH with Metal sheets used as roofing material of the dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

54.8

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

53.9

Percentage of HH with Clay tiles used as roofing material of the dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

42.2

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

42.6

Percentage of HH with Mud bricks used as wall material of construction by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

36.3

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

36.8

Percentage of HH with Mud bricks covered with cement used as wall material of construction by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

19.7

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

15.5

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Percentage of HH with Oven fired bricks used as wall material of construction by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

2.7

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.8

Percentage of HH with Cement bricks used as wall material of construction by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.3

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.3

Percentage of HH with Tree trunks with mud used as wall material of construction by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

33.6

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

39.7

Percentage of HH with Tree trunks with mud and cement used as wall material of construction by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

5.6

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

5.6

Percentage of HH with Beaten earth used as floor material of the dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

77.6

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

81.1

Percentage of HH with Hardened dung used as floor material of the dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

2

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

2.7

Percentage of HH with Clay tiles used by floor material of the dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.6

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.2

Percentage of HH with Cement used as floor material of the dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

17.7

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

14.7

Percentage of HH with Bricks used as floor material of the dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.8

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.1

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Compost heap used as access to waste management facilities by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

59.4

Thrown in bushes or fields used as access to waste management facilities by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

31.1

Rubbish collection service used as access to waste management facilities by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

5

Dumped in river or lake used as access to waste management facilities by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

2.5

Publicly managed Percent refuse area used as access to waste management facilities by head of HH

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.9

Percentage of HH owning a dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

82.6

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

84.6

Percentage of HH renting dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

11.3

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

6.6

Percentage of HH with mortgaged dwelling by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.7

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.4

Percentage of HH owning a dwelling provided free of charge by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

4.7

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

7.3

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

21.7

Percentage of Percent HH spending money on house construction (new house or an extension) by head of HH

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Average amount Average spent on house amount construction (new house or an extension) by head of HH

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

250,666

Percentage of HH spending money on repairs and painting of houses by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

25.6

Average amount spent on repairs and painting of houses by head of HH

Average amount

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

Usage rates for all-weather road by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

98.5

Usage rates for public transport stage by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

86.3

User satisfaction with public transport stage by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

77.5

HH owning bicycle Percent ( Not for business) by head of HH Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

16.9

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

5.3

HH owning motorcycle ( Not for business) by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.0

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.0

HH owning car ( Not for business) by head of HH

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.0

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

0.4

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

3.7

Percentage of Percent HH with internet access at home by head of household

53,756

Percentage of households owning ICT devices: Mobile phones

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

45.2

Computer

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

1.7

Radio

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

60.3

Television set

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

6.4

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Percentage of households using public transport stage by head of household: Regularly

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

24.0

Often

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

25.8

Sometimes

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic report on Utilities & Amenities

36.5

10. GENDER AND TRADE & BUSINESS Percentage of people responsible for Sales of small-scale crops by Sex: Not primary person responsible for crops

Yes, sells regularly

Yes, sells occasionally

Never sells

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

52.1

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

74.6

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

64.3

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

12.4

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

6.0

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

8.9

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

22.5

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

11.2

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

16.3

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

13.0

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

8.2

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

10.4

Percentage of those responsible for Sales of large-scale crops by Sex: Not primary person responsible for crops

Yes, sells

Never sells

44

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

52.9

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

75.9

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

65.4

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

30.9

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

14.8

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

22.2

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

16.1

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

9.3

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

12.4

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Percentage of households selling livestock products by head of HH: Fresh milk

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

9.4

Curdled/sour milk

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

2.0

Butter

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

0.3

Eggs

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

18.3

Manure

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

4.1

Hides and skins

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

1.0

Meat from animals Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

2.8

Percentage of households selling honey and fish, by head of HH: HHs selling honey

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

7.1

HHs selling fish

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

3.7

11. GENDER AND INDUSTRY & PROCESSING Number of men and women owning: Agriculture, forestry and fishing business

Mining and quarrying

Manufacturing business

Electricity, gas , steam and air conditioning supply

Water supply, sewage, waste management and remediation activity

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

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31 359 390 14 14 28 3,652 355 4,007 36 53 89 46 101 147

45


Construction industry

Wholesale and retail trade ; repair of motor vehicles

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2021

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

46

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

413

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

459

Female

Establishment census 2011

22

Male

Establishment census 2011

46

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

68

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

1

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

10

Number

Total

Establishment census 2021

11

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

39

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

129

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

168

Number

Female

Establishment census 2011

58

Number

Male

Establishment census 2011

180

Number

Total

Establishment census 2011

238

Transportation and Number storage

Accommodation and food service activities

Information and communication

Financial and Number insurance activities Number Real estate activities

Education service industries

Health and social service activities

3 49 53 18,727 44,096 62,823 16 91 107 6,984 25,578 32,562

Percentage of households engaged in different types of processing by head of HH:

46

Maize flour

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

45.6

Sorghum flour

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

47.3

Banana juice

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

30.9

Beer (local or sorghum)

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

48.5

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12. GENDER AND AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK & FORESTRY Percentage of HH Primary land ownership by Head of HH

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

90.8

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

79.1

Land ownership by HH or any member currently owning farm land by head oh HH

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

93.4

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

92.7

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

92.9

Percentage of households cultivating at least one parcel of land for crop production by head of HH

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

93

Percent

Percentage of export crops grower by sex of primary owner/cultivator: Tea

Coffee

Cane sugar

Pyrethrum (ibireti)

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

0.2

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

0.3

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

1.6

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

1.5

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

0.2

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

0.2

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

0.1

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

0.1

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

69.7

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

65.2

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

68.2

Percentage of Percent HHs with Any livestock raised, by Percent sex of household head Percent

Percentage of Animal types raised, by sex of head of household: Cattle

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

50.9

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

39.7

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

47.3

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Sheep

Goats

Pigs

Rabbits

Chickens

Other poultry

Other livestock

Percentage of HHs producing any livestock product by head of HH

48

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

16.6

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

13.9

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

15.7

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

52.4

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

54.2

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

53.0

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

25.7

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

20.7

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

24.1

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

23.2

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

22.3

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

22.9

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

47.7

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

40.9

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

45.5

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

2.1

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

0.9

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

1.7

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

8.8

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

7.9

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

8.5

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

30.6

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Percentage of households applying for a loan to make agricultural improvements over the last 12 months by head of HH: HHs applying for loan

HHs with loan approved

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

7.9

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

6.2

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

7.4

Percent

Male

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

89.3

Percent

Female

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

93.7

Percent

Total

EICV3: Thematic Report on Gender

90.5

Percentage of households purchasing agricultural inputs by head of HH: Improved seeds

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

18.8

Sacks and packing

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

48.2

Organic fertilisers

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

9.3

Chemical fertilisers

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

28.9

Insecticides

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

30.5

Irrigation/drainage fees

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

0.7

% of population (16+) usually working in agricultural and non-agricultural employment according to their usual job: Agriculture

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Environment and Natural resources

71.6

Non-Agriculture

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Environment and Natural resources

26.6

Other and those not well classified

Percent

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Environment and Natural resources

1.8

Number of Kitchen garden established by sex of household head

number

Total*

MINAGRI: Report 1st Quarter 2012-2013

Percentage of beneficiaries satisfied with extension services by sex

Percent

Total*

MINAGRI: Crop Assessment Survey 2011B

Number of beneficiaries of Girinka Program by sex

number

Total*

MINAGRI: Annual report June2012

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1,199,136

0.6

127,445

49


Number of farmers benefiting from Artificial Insemination by sex

number

Total*

MINAGRI: Annual report June2012

110,736

Number of agro dealers (selling inputs) by sex

number

Total*

MINAGRI: Annual report June2012

1062

Mean size (in Ha) of cultivated land by head of household

Average size in Ha

Total*

EICV3: Thematic Report on Agriculture

0.59

13. GENDER AND INCOME & ACCESS TO FINANCE

50

Percentage of people saving using formal means

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

26.8

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

43.3

Percentage of people saving using informal means

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

38.3

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

42.7

Percentage of people saving using banks

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

12.5

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

18.8

Percentage of people saving using SACCO

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

14.7

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

25.9

Percentage of people saving using savings groups

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

32.1

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

36.5

Percentage of people saving using buying and selling

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

17.6

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

26.9

Percentage of people saving using their homes

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

21.2

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

18.5

Percentage of people accessing credit through formal means

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

5.4

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

8.6

Percentage of people accessing credit through informal means

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

45.6

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

52.3

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Percentage of people accessing credit through family and friends

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

25.8

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

29.9

Percentage of people accessing credit through shops

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

25.3

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

28.7

Percentage of people accessing credit through all forms of borrowing

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

55.8

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

62.2

Percentage of people not accessing any form of credit(excluded )

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

66.5

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

33

Percentage of people financially included through banks

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

17.5

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

24.3

Percentage of people financially included through non banks formal

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

16.8

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

15.9

Percentage of people financially included through informal only

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

26.1

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

31

Percentage of people financially excluded

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

39.6

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

28.9

Percentage of people aged 18+ who are in banks (banked)

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

50.9

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

49.1

Percentage of people using services of banks through savings

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

66.7

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

80.7

Percentage of people using services of banks through current account

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

48.8

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

63.2

Percentage of people using services of banks through transaction products

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

66.4

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

80.7

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Percentage of people formally served through non bank means

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

48.2

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

51.8

Percentage of people served informally

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

61.4

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

38.6

Percentage of people informally included through savings

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

68.2

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

67.8

Percentage of people informally included through credit

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

84.9

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

87.7

Percentage of people informally included through transaction products

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

49.3

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

47.9

Percentage of people by their savings strand (using savings service): Bank

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

13.4

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

21.5

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

15.1

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

23.9

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

24.1

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

20.6

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

13.6

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

11.1

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

33.8

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

22.9

Percentage of people accessing credit through banks

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

2.7

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

4.1

Percentage of people accessing credit through other formal means

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

4.4

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

8.3

Other Formal

Only informal

Only self provisioning

No savings

52

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Percentage of people accessing credit through only informal means

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

41.4

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

44.4

Percentage of people accessing credit through only self provisioning

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

7.3

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

5.4

Percentage of people not accessing credits through all credits means

Percent

Female

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

44.1

Percent

Male

FinScope Survey Report, 2012

37.8

Percentage of currently married women 15-49 by decision maker on use of husband’s income

Percent

Female decide

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

4.5

Percent

Male decide

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

30.5

Percent

Jointly decide

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

65

Percentage of married women with cash Earnings deciding how their earnings are used

Percent

Female decide

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

18.5

Percent

Male decide

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

15.5

Percent

Jointly decide

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

66

Percentage of operating establishments by sex of manager

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

26.3

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

73.7

Percentage of operating sole proprietorship establishments by sex of the owner

Percent

Female

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

26.8

Percent

Male

Gender Statistics, Volume II: Access to Finance, 2012

73.2

Percentage of households with income share derived from agriculture by sex of head of household

Percent

Total*

EICV3 Thematic Report on Income

45.7

Percentage of households with income share derived from wages by sex of head of household

Percent

Total*

EICV3 Thematic Report on Income

25.3

Percentage of households with income share derived from business income by sex of head of household

Percent

Total*

EICV3 Thematic Report on Income

10.5

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54

Percentage of households with income share derived from public transfers by sex of head of household

Percent

Total*

EICV3 Thematic Report on Income

3.2

Percentage of households with income share derived from private transfers by sex of head of household

Percent

Total*

EICV3 Thematic Report on Income

6.9

Percentage of households with income share derived from rent by sex of head of household

Percent

Total*

EICV3 Thematic Report on Income

8.4

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