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Iraq is in the last place "globally" for gender equality and economic participation

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Iraq is in the last place "globally" for gender equality and economic participation

Post by RamblerNash on Wed Dec 19, 2018 11:07 pm

Iraq is in the last place "globally" for gender equality and economic participation

Wednesday, December 19,

Alsumaria News / BAGHDAD - Iraq has been
named among the last ranks in the fields of gender equality and economic participation "globally", while it has received other "good" in the field of health and politics. According to the World Economic Forum , Iraq ranked 147th in the world out of 149 before Yemen and Pakistan, followed by Iraq, Syria, Chad and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Iraq has been able to obtain good health, survival and political participation in the World Report on the Gender Gap, issued by the World Economic Forum.

In the axis of "economic participation", Iraq came in the last rank with 149 global occupation at a rate of 0.551 points.

On the level of "educational attainment", Iraq occupied the 136th position in the world by 0.829 points.

In the center of health and survival, the country has settled in the "good", where it ranked 76th globally by 0.975 points.

In the "political participation", Iraq was able to get the rank of 90 by 0.135 points.

On the other hand, Tunisia topped the Arab list in the ranking, after being ranked 119th in the world, followed by the UAE in the 121st place, Qatar in the 127th place, then Algeria in the 128th place.

While Bahrain came in the 132nd place, followed by Egypt at 135th place, Mauritania at 136th place, Morocco at 137th place, Jordan at 138th place, Oman in 139th place, Lebanon in center

140, Saudi Arabia in 141st place, Syria at 146th place, Iraq at 147th place, and Yemen ranked 149th in the world.

According to the report, despite continued regional progress, bridging the gender gap in the region's economies will take 153 years at the rate of change.

In terms of the best countries classified as gender equality, they were led by Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Nicaragua, Rwanda, New Zealand, the Philippines, Ireland and Namibia.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) is an independent non-profit international organization dedicated to developing the world by encouraging businesses, policies, scientific and social leaders to shape the world, as well as regional and industrial agendas.


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