Counting the hours: The challenges of measuring time use

In July 2017, the World Bank released three methodological working papers discussing the challenges of measuring key areas of women’s empowerment, including time use, women’s agency, and ownership, control, and use of assets. This blog highlights one of these papers, “Measuring time use in development settings,” written by A4NH researchers Greg Seymour, Hazel Malapit, and >> Read more

Researchers highlight gender and equity at the ANH Academy Week

Gender and equity were hot topics of discussion at the 2017 Agriculture, Nutrition, and Health (ANH) Scientific Symposium and Academy Week. Over 300 researchers from many disciplines and countries gathered from July 9-13 in Kathmandu, Nepal, to share their research and insights. The conference included an in-depth session on gender and equity, though these themes >> Read more

A framework for measuring women’s empowerment at multiple levels

Gender and equity are cross-cutting themes across the five flagship programs of the CGIAR’s Research Program on Agriculture for Nutrition and Health (A4NH). In this blog, Dr. Kathryn Yount, Professor and Asa Griggs Candler Chair of Global Health at Emory University and member of the External Advisory Committee of the Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project >> Read more

Progress in designing and implementing the project-level WEAI

The second phase of the Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project (GAAP2) is hosted by A4NH. This blog, originally posted on the GAAP website, is part of a series of blogs about GAAP2 topics such as the inception workshop and developing a nutrition-sensitive measure of empowerment.   The Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project Phase Two (GAAP2) >> Read more