UNGEI Technical Meeting Report
Click here to download the the Technical Meeting Report in PDF format.

Supporting Documents
Agenda [PDF]
UNGEI Global Advisory Committee Meeting Asia-Pacific Admin Notes [PDF]
UNGEI Global Advisory Committee Meeting Asia-Pacific Registration Form [PDF]
Concept Note [PDF]
Participants List [Excel]

Other Documents
Keynote presentation [PowerPoint]
Interactive Display Session [Word]
UNGEI Workshop Evaluation Sheet [PDF]

Day 2 - Reporting from previous day’s group work
Group 1 [PowerPoint]
Group 2 [PowerPoint]
Group 3 [PowerPoint]
Group 4 [PowerPoint]
Group 5 [PowerPoint]
Group 6 [PDF]

Partnerships for results in promoting gender equality in education
South Asia (Afghanistan) [PowerPoint]
East Asia-Pacific (Cambodia) [PowerPoint]
East-Southern Africa (Uganda) [PowerPoint]

Sharing of country experiences
Group 1 [PDF]
Group 2 [PowerPoint]
Group 3 [PowerPoint]
Group 4 [PowerPoint]
Group 5 [PowerPoint]
Group 6 [PowerPoint]

Closing Remarks
Mercy Tembon, Senior Education Specialist, World Bank [PDF]
Mr. Arjun  Bhandari, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Education and Sports, Government of Nepal [PDF]

Final communique [PDF]

Other Resources

UNGEI: Regional Updates [PDF]
This publication is the first collective update on the work of UNGEI at global, regional and country levels. It states the partnership’s mission statement and focuses on the four regions where UNGEI focal points have been established: East Asia and the Pacific, Eastern and Southern Africa, South Asia, and West and Central Africa. For each region, an overview is followed by a description of the barriers to girls’ education, the interventions by UNGEI and the existing partnerships in the region.

Towards Gender Equality in Education: Progress and challenges in Asia-Pacific Region [PDF]

What’s the Difference?: Confronting Factors that Affect Gender Equality in Education [PDF]

The Gender Dimension of School to Work Transition [PDF]
This report examines some of the existing disparities by comparing and contrasting the
situation of males and females at different levels of education, including in technical and
vocational education and training, and in the labour market, in the East Asia and Pacific

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