Gender parity index, new entrants with ECCE experience, primary - for all countries


The series "Primary gender parity" contains 32,011 data rows in 12 data sets for 205 countries.
Gender parity index for new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience is the ratio of the female percentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females.
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ECCE: Early childhood care and education
Gender parity index, new entrants with ECCE experience, primary Gender parity index for new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience is the ratio of the female percentage of new entrants to primary education with ECCE experience to the male value for the same indicator. It is calculated by dividing the female value for the indicator by the male value for the indicator. A GPI equal to 1 indicates parity between females and males. In general, a value less than 1 indicates disparity in favor of males and a value greater than 1 indicates disparity in favor of females. /statistic/gender%20parity%20index%2C%20new%20entrants%20with%20ecce%20experience%2C%20primary

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Dominica
Dominica
Tanzania
Tanzania
Bermuda
Bermuda
São Tomé and Príncipe
São Tomé and Príncipe
Samoa
Samoa
Comoros
Comoros
Sierra Leone
Sierra Leone
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Guinea
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Cambodia
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Niger
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Côte d'Ivoire
Iran
Iran
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Burma
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Djibouti
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Burkina Faso
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Eritrea
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Senegal
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
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Sudan
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Mali
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Ethiopia
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Bangladesh
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Laos
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Trinidad and Tobago
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Dominican Republic
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Paraguay
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Bahamas
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Guatemala
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Azerbaijan
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Chad
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Gambia
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Cape Verde
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Kyrgyzstan
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El Salvador
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Ecuador
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South Africa
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Nepal
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Uruguay
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Zambia
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Mongolia
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Nicaragua
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Papua New Guinea
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Equatorial Guinea
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Vanuatu
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Brunei
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Costa Rica
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Cayman Islands
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Moldova
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Congo, Republic of the
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Philippines
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Ghana
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Georgia
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Lebanon
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Armenia
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Pakistan
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Turks and Caicos Islands
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Seychelles
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Suriname
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Kuwait
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Grenada
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Saint Kitts and Nevis
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Barbados
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Mauritius
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Malaysia
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Argentina
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Panama
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Guyana
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Antigua and Barbuda
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Aruba
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Bolivia
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Burundi
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Peru
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Serbia
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Saint Lucia
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Bahrain
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Maldives
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Namibia
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Qatar
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Morocco
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Algeria
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Syria
Jordan
Jordan
Tajikistan
Tajikistan
Yemen
Yemen
Indonesia
Indonesia
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Tonga
Tonga

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