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  1. 1. Using Research to Inform Policy Gender Asset Gap Lessons for FTF Monitoring and Evaluation• Definition of Households• Source of Information – is interviewing one person sufficient?• From income to assets (physical and financial)
  2. 2. Measuring Gender Results and Impacts under FTF
  3. 3. Feed the Future Goal: Sustainably Reduce Global Poverty and Hunger Indicators: Prevalence of poverty & Prevalence of underweight children First Level Objective: First Level Objective: Inclusive agriculture sector growth Improved nutritional status esp. of women & children Indicators: -Agriculture sector GDP Indicators: -Prevalence of stunted children - Women’s and men’s incomes in rural households -Prevalence of wasted children -Prevalence of underweight women Second-Level Objectives Improved Expanding Increased private Increased Increased Improved Improved Improved useagriculture Markets and investment in agricultural resilience of access to nutrition- of maternalproductivity Trade agriculture and value chain vulnerable diverse and related and child nutrition-related on- and off- communities and quality foods behaviors health and-Gross Value of intra- activities farm jobs households nutritionmargins per regional Women’s Exclusive servicesunit of land exports of % national budget Jobs created Prevalence of Dietary breast- targeted invested in by invest- households with Diversity feeding Prevalence ofor animal of agriculture & ment in moderate to under six anemiaselected commodities Percent of nutrition agricultural severe hunger months amongproduct Children 6-23 Value of new value chains women of Value of months that private sector reproductive incremental received a investment in age# of has of sales (farm- MADnatural agriculture sector level)resources or value chainshowing # of local firms &improved CSOs engaged inbiophysical food securityconditions operating sustainability
  4. 4.  Engendered Performance Monitoring Measuring Gender  Sex disaggregation Results and Impacts  Gendered HH type under FTF Impact Evaluations on different gender approaches Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index
  5. 5.  FTF first-level objective -- Inclusive Agricultural Sector Growth Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index “Inclusion” means “empowered” Empowerment is a Multi- dimensional Concept Tool to measure several dimensions
  6. 6. Five domains to be measured:1. Women’s role in household decision-making related to agricultural production Women’s Empowerment2. Women’s access to productive capital, such as credit or land in Agriculture Index3. Women’s use of income after household needs are met4. Women’s access to leadership roles within the community5. Women’s labor time allocations
  7. 7.  Index developed in partnership with:  International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Women’s Empowerment  Oxford Poverty and Human Development in Agriculture Index Initiative (OPHI) Performance Monitoring in all FTF countries and for Impact Evaluations
  8. 8. Pilots Piloted Summer 2011 Interviewed adult male and adult female (+18) in up to 350 households in – Bangladesh – Uganda – Guatemala
  9. 9. Next Steps• Construct the Index using Alkire-Foster Method• Ready to launch March 2012 – Roll out in FTF baselines (20 countries) – Report based on data from pilots
  10. 10. • Send links to websites that you want to share with the participants at today’s meeting to•