To ensure fairness and transparency in the data collection process, the Women, Business and the Law team has created a Government Engagement Portal through which government officials and World Bank Group colleagues may request meetings and provide the team with information regarding potential reforms or data corrections by completing an online Data Updates Submission (DUS) Form.
Data Updates can be submitted through the Government Engagement Portal during each data collection cycle from one month after the start of data collection until two weeks after the data cutoff date. The Women, Business and the Law team reviews and sends written responses to all information submitted through the Government Engagement Portal no later than two months after data collection closes. In the response, the Women, Business and the Law team explains the assessment of the particular economy data to the issue raised based on the relevant methodology and provides a conclusion.
Data Updates Women, Business and the Law 2022
The Women, Business and the Law team has received Data Update Submissions (DUS) Forms through the Government Engagement Portal as of October 15, 2021. Read the data updates submitted by the governments of Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Benin, Gabon, Kuwait, Oman, Turkey and the Republic of Yemen and the respective Women, Business and the Law team’s responses below.
Last Updated: Mar 01, 2022