EnGendering Data Blog

ENGENDERING DATA BLOG

EnGendering Data blog is dedicated to collecting and analyzing sex-disaggregated data to improve the knowledge base on the role of gender in agriculture and food security. It was started by the CGIAR Research Program on Policies, Institutions, and Markets (PIM) in 2014 and was maintained by the CGIAR Collaborative Platform for Gender Research from 2017-2019. See the archive from that period here.

The goal of this blog is to develop a community of practice around the collection of sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis in agriculture.  This will allow us to learn from one another’s successes and mistakes. Many of the lessons that we learn in the process of fielding surveys and qualitative approaches and then analyzing sex-disaggregated data do not make it into published journal articles. By sharing lessons learned about which questions are important in specific contexts, how to frame questions, who to interview, and similar issues, we can collectively improve and simplify our methods of collecting sex-disaggregated data.

We hope that EnGendering Data blog will serve as a forum for researchers, policymakers, and development practitioners to pose questions, engage in discussions, and share resources about promising practices in collecting and analyzing sex-disaggregated data on agriculture and food security.

If you are interested in writing for EnGendering Data, please contact the blog editor, Dr. Katrina Kosec.

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Lucia Rost shares her experience using spot phone calls for measuring gendered time use in rural low-income settings.
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How well do phone surveys perform in terms of response rates, response bias, and data quality—particularly for women respondents?
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Disaggregating data by gender and task can enhance our understanding of opportunities to empower women through inclusive value chains development.
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How can researchers ensure that studies inform inclusive COVID-19 responses and that data collection during the pandemic avoids further marginalization?
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Disentangling information and role model effects on women's empowerment in rural Uganda.
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Many surveys ask who in the household makes key decisions, but most fail to ask why. A new study uses vignettes to identify why certain household members make decisions in rural Senegal.
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Questions about the practical advantages and how-to’s of mixed-methods research are often posed by researchers who plan to collect quantitative
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With increased recognition of the importance of gender in development, researchers now often collect data disaggregated at the individual or intra-household level. But are we asking the right questions and making the right conclusions?
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There is an increasing need for indicators that can track the impacts of agricultural policies and technologies upon gender inequalities