PROMOTING EQUAL RIGHTS FOR WOMEN AND GIRLS WITH DISABILITIES IN GHANA– PERD PROJECT TERMS OF REFERENCE FOR ENDLINE EVALUATION

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  1. Background and Rationale

Three percent of Ghanaians are classified as Persons with Disability (PWDs), as they have one form of disability or another. Generally, the percentage of Women and girls with Disability (WGDs) (3.1%) is slightly higher than males (2.9%). Educational levels differ among PWDs by sex and residence. The percentage of WGDs with no formal education is higher than males among both urban and rural dwellers. The majority of females (58.3%) with disability in rural areas have no formal education compared with 40.7% of their male counterparts.  (2010 Population and Housing Census Report on People with Disabilities). Unemployment amongst Ghanaian females estimated by ILO through modelling indicated 6.83 as of 2019. Its highest value over the past 28 years was 10.78 in 1999, while its lowest value was 4.73 in 2007.

march 24 PERD project end-line ToR-final-revised (002)

 

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