The Government of Ghana, through its Statistical Service with assistance from Statistics Denmark, is monitoring gender equality by strengthening routine data collection systems on several data quality improvement projects. Data collection enhancements incorporate mainstreaming gender in its administrative data collection forms, including on migration. The projects are developing a database aligned with Ghana's strategies from its National Gender Policy and the UN's SDGs.
Theme: Migration Data and Registration
GCM Objective: 1
The Government of Ghana increased access to and demand for gender-responsive data in health and social services among rural women, including migrants, through its Mobile Technology for Community health program. Health care providers were also able to record and track care provided to women and their dependents. By 2013, over 11,843 clients were served and 34 rural health care facilities created for service provision.