The data and statistics section includes some of the data CIBL has collected on the recruitment, retention and promotion trends across the region. Our aim is to transform the raw data numbers into actionable insights for our viewers. These data visualizations present numbers, analysis, conclusions and information in a reader friendly format with the aim of facilitating decision-making processes. Statistics are the results of data analysis interpreted and represented in table, chart or graph formats.
The KIP Index and the Lived Experience Index
The KIP Index is the first MENA sector-based measure of women-inclusive policies and practices in local organizations produced by the Center for Inclusive Business and Leadership (CIBL) for Women at the American University of Beirut (AUB ), Suliman S. Olayan School of Business (OSB). It includes both quantitative and qualitative data from 11 countries that surveyed over 1790 formal employers and 523 interviews conducted to capture employer trends and the lived experiences of women across 6 sectors in the region.
The KIP Index tracks local employer policies and practices regarding the recruitment, retention and promotion of women across sectors.
The Lived Experience Index tracks female citizen experiences of recruitment, retention, and promotion in the sectors within which they are currently employed.