sex-disaggregated data

SEX-DISAGGREGATED DATA

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The purpose of cognitive interviewing is to systematically identify and analyze sources of response error in surveys, and to use that information to improve the quality and accuracy of survey instruments. The new paper describes the cognitive interviews undertaken in Bangladesh and Uganda in 2014 as part of the second round of pilots intended to refine the original version of the Women’s Empowerment in Agricultural Index (WEAI).
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This paper by Cheryl Doss, Ruth Meinzen-Dick, Agnes Quisumbing, and Sophie Theis just published in Global Food Security inspects four pervasive gender myths: 1) Women account for 70% of the world's poor; 2) Women produce 60–80% of the world's food; 3) Women own 1% of the world's land; and 4) Women are better stewards of the environment.
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The Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI), launched in 2012, has been widely used to measure and understand women’s empowerment and inclusion in the agricultural sector. This webinar will provide an overview of the tool and take stock of what we’re learning so far on women’s empowerment in agriculture based on results from surveys, ongoing pilot studies, and other analyses using WEAI data.
EnGendering Data Blog
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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FAO Gender and Land team has recently published a new info-note on the linkages between Gender and Land Statistics. Land
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Webinar with Cheryl Doss (Yale University) and Caitlin Kieran (PIM/IFPRI) discussing the use of the "Standards for collecting sex-disaggregated data for gender analysis".
EnGendering Data Blog
To date, this blog has highlighted many of the challenges faced when collecting sex-disaggregated data through household surveys. In this
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Adapted from the original post by FAO   New infographic by FAO and PIM on the correct use of land
EnGendering Data Blog
For decades feminist economists and women’s rights advocates have made the case that the lack of data on women’s land