New IFPRI release: data needs for gender analysis in agriculture

Good gender-sensitive research starts with good data. IFPRI has just released a discussion paper to the 2011 FAO “State of Food and Agriculture 2010-2011: Women and Agriculture: Closing the Gender Gap for Development“.

The Discussion Paper provides “guidelines on how to collect better gendered data through surveys. It details who should be interviewed; how the interview should be structured; and what kinds of questions should be asked, both at the individual level and also more broadly at the household, community or regional levels.”

Download Discussion Paper here

One response to “New IFPRI release: data needs for gender analysis in agriculture

  1. Pingback: How can we incorporate gender into our research and development approaches? | GENDER IN AQUACULTURE AND FISHERIES

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