Sex, age (and more) still matter: Data collection, analysis, and use in humanitarian practice

The report highlights the insufficient use of disaggregated data in humanitarian programming and why it is urgent to cover this knowledge gap.

The humanitarian community has come a long way since the first Sex and Age Matter report was published in 2011. In the new report, Sex, age (and more) still matter, we show how that progress has been uneven. The collection and analysis of sex-, age, and disability disaggregated data do not consistently inform programming and require further commitment and investment.

The report is a collaboration between CARE International, UN Women and Tufts University.

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