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Gender, livestock and livelihood
indicators: An update
Isabelle Baltenweck, on behalf of the authors:
Jemimah Njuki, Jane ...
What is it all about?
• Scientists collect household level data use their own data
collection tools on livelihoods and gen...
Indicators
1. Livestock ownership: livestock as an asset
2. Access to, and use of, technologies and services by men &
wome...
Where/ how has this document been used?
• L&F baselining in MoreMilkIT Tanzania, SPVCD Uganda, ADA
Nicaragua and Ethiopia ...
Next steps
1. Jane Poole and Nicholas Ndiwa working with KIT using the Ethiopia data
• Revise the research questions and t...
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Presented by Isabelle Baltenweck, Jemimah Njuki, Jane Poole, Nancy Johnson, Isabelle Baltenweck, Pamela Pali, Zaibet Lokman and Samuel Mburu at the Livestock and Fish Gender Initiative Meeting, Nairobi, 8-12 June 2015

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Gender, livestock and livelihood indicators: An update

  1. 1. Gender, livestock and livelihood indicators: An update Isabelle Baltenweck, on behalf of the authors: Jemimah Njuki, Jane Poole, Nancy Johnson, Isabelle Baltenweck, Pamela Pali, Zaibet Lokman and Samuel Mburu Livestock and Fish Gender Initiative Meeting, Nairobi, 8-12 June 2015
  2. 2. What is it all about? • Scientists collect household level data use their own data collection tools on livelihoods and gender • Opportunity lost to collect comparable data • No possibility to conduct cross- value chain or cross country comparison • Scientists do not have the capacity to develop tools to capture the complexity of (mixed) livestock systems on livelihoods and gender • This document therefore provides 1. templates for data collection on key indicators and 2. data analysis options
  3. 3. Indicators 1. Livestock ownership: livestock as an asset 2. Access to, and use of, technologies and services by men & women 3. Production and productivity of livestock 4. Labour use in livestock systems 5. Contribution of livestock to farm and household income 6. Role of livestock in household food security https://cgspace.cgiar.org/handle/10568/33974
  4. 4. Where/ how has this document been used? • L&F baselining in MoreMilkIT Tanzania, SPVCD Uganda, ADA Nicaragua and Ethiopia benchmarking • Bilateral projects linked to L&F: DGEA, SDG, EADD2, ACGG • Any other?
  5. 5. Next steps 1. Jane Poole and Nicholas Ndiwa working with KIT using the Ethiopia data • Revise the research questions and template for data collection: which need to be updated / changed and which need to be added, focusing on levels of market participation, asset ownership, decision-making and control of income • Ethiopia data will be used to test whether we can answer the research questions - in some cases we may have missing information but data may be supplemented by other datasets to fill in the gaps (working with Annet and Wole) 2. More people using the indicators! 3. Identifying which other aspects need updating / revising: food consumption (individual) and food security (FANTA)

Presented by Isabelle Baltenweck, Jemimah Njuki, Jane Poole, Nancy Johnson, Isabelle Baltenweck, Pamela Pali, Zaibet Lokman and Samuel Mburu at the Livestock and Fish Gender Initiative Meeting, Nairobi, 8-12 June 2015

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