SDG Watch

GOAL 16

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Goals/Targets/Indicators Baseline Data Source Agency
Data Year
target 16.1

Significantly reduce all forms of violence and related death rates everywhere

16.1.1

Number of victims of intentional homicide by sex and age

11,481 2016 Philippine National Police
 

Male

10,366 2016
 

Female

1,115.0 2016
16.1.s1 Number of murder cases     Philippine National Police
16.1.s2

Monthly average index crime rate

11.3 2016
target 16.5

Substantially reduce corruption and bribery in all their forms

16.5.1

Proportion of persons who had at least one contact with a public official and who paid a bribe to a public official, or were asked for a bribe by those public officials during the previous 12 months

     
16.5.1p1 Percentage of families that were asked to give bribe or grease money by a government official with whom they transacted, by type of service      
16.5.1p1.1 Availing of social services

3.0

2016 National Household Survey on Experience with Corruption in the Philippines, Office of the Ombudsman
16.5.1p1.2 Payment of taxes and duties 0.5 2016
16.5.1p1.3 Access to justice 0.9 2016
16.5.1p1.4 Securing registry documents and licenses 2.5 2016
16.5.1p1.5 Any service 3.2 2016
target 16.6

Develop effective, accountable and transparent institutions at all levels

16.6.1

Primary government expenditures as a proportion of original approved budget

     
 

Economic Services

98.4 2016 BESF, DBM
 

Social Services

86.9 2016
 

Defense

87.1 2016
 

General Public Services

91.6 2016
target 16.7

Ensure responsive, inclusive, participatory and representative decision-making at all levels

16.7.1

Proportions of positions (by sex, age, persons with disabilities and population groups) in public institutions (national and local legislatures, public service, and judiciary) compared to national distributions

     
target 16.8

Broaden and strengthen the participationof developing countries in the institutions of global governance

16.8.1

Proportion of members and voting rights of developing countries in international organizations
(Indicator is also found in SDG 10.6.1)

     
16.8.1.a

Proportion of membership of developing countries in international organizations **

     
 

United Nations General Assembly

1 2016 UN General Assembly Website, UNSD SDG Global Database
 

United Nations Security Council

0 2016 Report of the Security Council, UNSD
 

United Nations Economic and Social Council

0 2016 Report of the Economic Council, UNSD
 

International Monetary Fund

1 2016 IMF Annual Report 2016 & 2017, UNSD
 

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

1 2016 IBRD's Discussion and Analysis and Financial Statements, June 30, 2016 & June 30, 2017, UNSD
 

International Finance Corporation

1 2016 IFC 2016 & 2017 Annual Report Volume 2, UNSD
 

Asian Development Bank

1 2016 ADB Annual Report 2016 and 2017
 

World Trade Organisation

1 2016 WTO Annual Report 2016 & 2017, UNSD
16.8.1.b Proportion of voting rights of developing countries in international organizations 1/ ***     UNSD SDG Global Database
 

United Nations General Assembly

1 2016 UN General Assembly Website, UNSD SDG Global Database
 

United Nations Security Council

0 2016 Report of the Security Council, UNSD
 

United Nations Economic and Social Council

0 2016 Report of the Economic Council, UNSD
 

International Monetary Fund

1 2016 IMF Annual Report 2016 & 2017, UNSD
 

International Bank for Reconstruction and Development

1 2016 IBRD's Discussion and Analysis and Financial Statements, June 30, 2016 & June 30, 2017, UNSD
 

International Finance Corporation

1 2016 IFC 2016 & 2017 Annual Report Volume 2, UNSD
 

Asian Development Bank

1 2016 ADB Annual Report 2016 and 2017
 

World Trade Organisation

1 2016 WTO Annual Report 2016 & 2017, UNSD
target 16.9

By 2030, provide legal identity for all, including birth registration

16.9.1

Proportion of children under 5 years of age whose births have been registered with a civil authority, by age

     
target 16.10

Ensure public access to information, and protect fundamental freedoms, in accordance with national legislation and international agreements

16.10.2

Number of countries that adopt and implement constitutional, statutory and/or policy guarantees for public access to information 1/ **

1 2016 eFOI, Department of Information and Communication Technology
target 16.a

Strengthen relevant national institutions, including through international cooperation, for building capacity at all levels, in particular in developing countries, for preventing violence and combatting terrorism and crime

16.a.1

Existence of independent national human rights institutions in compliance with the Paris Principles 3/ **

1 2016 Commission on Human Rights
The SDG Watch is compiled by the Philippine Statistics Authority
as the official repository of SDG indicators in the Philippines per PSA Board Resolution No. 09 Series of 2017.
More statistical information on the Philippine SDGs can be accessed at http://psa.gov.ph/sdg.

NOTES:

*                Special computation made by the PSA Technical Staff

**               1 if the country is a member in international organizations, 0 otherwise

***             1 if the country has voting rights in international organizations, 0 otherwise

1/               Executive Order No. 2 (EO 2) is the enabling order for FOI. EO 2 operationalizes in the Executive Branch the People’s Constitutional right to information. EO 2 also provides the State policies to full public disclosure and transparency in the public service. EO 2 is an important enabling mechanism to promote transparency in the government's administrative process. Through FOI, citizens are empowered to make a formal request to get information held by the government, barring certain sensitive and important data related to the nation's security. FOI complements continuing proactive information disclosure efforts where agencies are duty-bound to publish information in the spirit of openness and transparency.

2/             Not in proportion to the national distributions

3/             The Philippines Constitution of 1987 (Article XIII, Section 17) created the Commission on Human Rights (CHR) of the Philippines as an independent office with a mandate to promote the protection, respect for and enhancement of human rights.The role and functions of the Commission are set out in Executive Order No. 163 (1987). In accordance with the Paris Principles and GANHRI statute, the CHR of the Philippines is accredited as fully compliant to the Paris Principles (see http://www.ohchr.org/Documents/Countries/NHRI/Chart_Status_NIs.pdf).

 

ACRONYMS

BESF Budget of Expenditures and Sources of Financing

COMELEC Commission on Elections

DBM Department of Budget and Management