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  • Strategic Research Topics - Balance in decision-making intra-household decision-making on different issues and control over resources o Usually men have more power over decision-making could lead to outcomes not optimal o Better capacity to make decisions would lead to better outcomes (food security, child care) o But how do we measure to test some changes - IDO3 & IDO5 Women in vulnerable households and children more access to food o How can achieve this , if can answer this question it is strategic research - Information should be available for proper decision-making: to make it more conducive for women to have more decision-making - Identify the institutions, gender norms, in the household and community that impede change in order to change these impediments, because can change people but the norms more broadly might still impede them - It more than women but also relationships between different men and women - This idea of balance is along the same lines of equity particularly in households - Theory of change compared in different countries o Careful with differences in culture (e.g. matriarchal vs. patriarchal type of society) o Norms and agency land research - Labor - Gender aspects of agricultural value addition activities o Where gender plays in that (why women successful in one value chain while men in others)