By Matilde Mordt, UNDP Resident Representative Ecuador and Jairo Acuña - Alfaro, Team Leader Governance, UNDP Latin America and the Caribbean
This #GraphForThought uses data from the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Program global database to explore how these inequalities manifest across countries in the region.
This book brings together a compilation of vignettes originally published in our #GraphForThought series to explore the region's development challenges.
Learning from Innovation in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is a thematic knowledge brief series jointly developed by the UNDP's Regional Bureau for Latin America and the Caribbean and the UNDP Accelerator Labs
This series aims to disseminate research in progress relevant to advancing our understanding of complex development issues in Latin America and the Caribbean
The purpose of the UNDP LAC Policy Notes series is to make visible the work carried out by our offices in the region.

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of the population are considered vulnerable


of the population lives in urban areas


of all legislators and senior officials are female


of the people in the region feel safe

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