Sustainable Development Indicator 4.3.1

Participation rate of youth and adults in formal and non-formal education and training in the previous 12 months, by sex

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Direct links to other frameworks (17)

IRIS metric (OI7390) - Employee Training Costs »
Value of the costs incurred by the organization as a result of training provided to employees (full-time, part-time, or temporary) during the reporting period.
Sectors: Training & Assessment | Section: Operational impact | 5 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (OI7877) - Employee Training Hours »
Number of training hours provided for employees (full-time, part-time, or temporary) during the reporting period.
Sectors: Training & Assessment | Section: Operational impact | 5 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (OI4229) - Employees Trained »
Number of employees (full-time, part-time, or temporary) who were trained through programs provided by the organization (both internally and externally) during the reporting period.
Sectors: Training & Assessment | Section: Operational impact | 4 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI2998) - Individuals Trained: Total »
Number of individuals who received training offered by the organization during the reporting period.
Sectors: Quantity & Reach | Section: Product impact | 5 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI5352) - Individuals Trained: Technical Assistance »
Number of individuals who received one-on-one technical assistance from the organization during the reporting period.
Sectors: Quantity & Reach | Section: Product impact | 4 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI7997) - Individuals Trained: Group-Based Training »
Number of individuals who received group-based training from the organization during the reporting period.
Sectors: Quantity & Reach | Section: Product impact | 4 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI2389) - School Enrollment: Total »
Number of students enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 5 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI1081) - School Enrollment: Female »
Number of female students enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 9 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI7254) - School Enrollment: Poor »
Number of poor students enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 7 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI5583) - School Enrollment: Very Poor »
Number of very poor students enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 7 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI2173) - School Enrollment: Low Income »
Number of low income students enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 7 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI6569) - School Enrollment: Rural »
Number of students residing in rural areas enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 7 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI8069) - School Enrollment: Urban »
Number of students residing in urban areas enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 7 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI3337) - School Enrollment: Peri-urban »
Number of students residing in peri-urban areas enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 7 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI5954) - School Enrollment: Disabilities »
Number of students with disabilities enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 9 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI7774) - School Enrollment: Minorities/Previously Excluded »
Number of students who belong to minority or previously excluded groups and are enrolled as of the end of the reporting period, both full-time and part-time, where each discrete student is counted regardless of number of courses.
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 4 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI8836) - Vocational/Technical Training »
Number of students receiving vocational or technical training during the reporting period.
Sectors: Quality & Performance | Section: Product impact | 4 related metrics in other taxonomies

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IRIS metric (PI2822) - Client Individuals: Provided New Access »
Number of unique client individuals who were served by the organization and provided access, during the reporting period, to products/services they were unable to access prior to the reporting period. Organizations should reference New Access to Water, New Access to Energy, New Access to Education, New Access to Finance, or New Access to Healthcare in the glossary for more clarification."
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 13 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI2845) - Client Households: Provided New Access »
Number of unique households that were clients of the organization and provided access, during the reporting period, to products/services they were unable to access prior to the reporting period. Organizations should reference New Access to Water, New Access to Energy, New Access to Education, New Access to Finance, or New Access to Healthcare in the glossary for more clarification."
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 13 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI2575) - Client Organizations: Provided New Access »
Number of enterprise clients that were served by the organization and provided access, during the reporting period, to products/services they were unable to access prior to the reporting period. Organizations should reference New Access to Water, New Access to Energy, New Access to Education, New Access to Finance, or New Access to Healthcare in the glossary for more clarification."
Sectors: Client Information | Section: Product impact | 13 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI3786) - Student Attendance Rate »
Rate of student attendance during the reporting period.
Sectors: Quality & Performance | Section: Product impact | 4 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI9910) - Student Dropout Rate »
Percentage of students that were attending school at the beginning of the reporting period but dropped out during the reporting period.
Sectors: Quality & Performance | Section: Product impact | 5 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI8372) - Student Tests Pass Rate »
Percentage of school students passing standardized tests set by a regional governance body during the reporting period.
Sectors: Quality & Performance | Section: Product impact | 3 related metrics in other taxonomies

IRIS metric (PI5110) - Student to Teacher Ratio »
Number of students per teacher during the reporting period.
Sectors: Quality & Performance | Section: Product impact | 4 related metrics in other taxonomies

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