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Title: Budgetary allocations and gender in Sri Lanka: a categorization of financial inputs
Contributors: Chakraborty, Lekha S.
Keywords: Budget process--social aspects--Sri Lanka
Women in economic development--Sri Lanka
Gender budgeting
Sex discrimination in national income accounting--Sri Lanka
Women--government policy--developing countries
Issue Date: Mar-2003
Publisher: UN Women - United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
Description: Report prepared for UNIFEM (now UN Women), South Asia. On experiences of gender budgeting from diverse contexts in Sri Lanka. Includes analysis of selected gender indicators with regard to education, health, nutrition and labor force to understand the capability deprivation across gender in the socio-economic scale of Sri Lanka. The paper also contains an accessible analysis of the key trends in the Sri Lanka National Budgets of 1999- 2003, and a gender-sensitive analysis of the allocations in the 2003 National Budget in comparison to earlier budgets developed since 1999.
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