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Affordable Day care program to empower indian mothers adb 3ie conference

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Affordable Day care program to empower indian mothers adb 3ie conference

  1. 1. Affordable day care program to empower Indian mothers: an impact evaluation in Rajasthan Arijit Nandi, Sam Harper, Parul Agarwal, Shannon Maloney September 4th , ADB- 3ie- PIDS Conference, Manila
  2. 2. Content  Theory of change  Measuring women empowerment  Making this evaluation matter RESEARCH
  3. 3. Content  Theory of change  Measuring women empowerment  Making this evaluation matter RESEARCH
  4. 4. Theory of Change RESEARCH
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  15. 15. Content  Theory of change  Measuring women empowerment  Making this evaluation matter RESEARCH
  16. 16. Measuring Women Empowerment  A woman is economically empowered when she has both the ability to succeed and advance economically and the power to make and act on economic decisions RESEARCH  To achieve empowerment, factors contributing to individual and 1. Skills and resources to compete in markets 2. Fair and equal access to economic institutions community resources and norms and institutions must be addressed 1. Ability to make and act on decisions 2. Ability to control resources and profits 1. Human Capital 2. Financial Capital 3. Social Capital 4. Physical Capital 1. Gender defined roles, prohibitions & expectations 2. Legal, policy, social and economic structures
  17. 17. Measuring Women Empowerment RESEARCH Control and share resources Define and make choices Economic Success Economic Gain
  18. 18. Measuring Women Empowerment  Indicators of empowerment constructed for the study:  Human Capital: Views and attitudes on critical issues  Financial Capital: Decision making within family and control over income  Social Capital: Freedom of movement in the public domain, participation in community and public life RESEARCH
  19. 19. Content  Theory of change  Measuring women empowerment  Making this evaluation matter RESEARCH
  20. 20. Making this Evaluation Matter RESEARCH
  21. 21. KEY OUTCOMES RESEARCH TRAINING THANK YOU For any questions or information please contact: Parul Agarwal at parul.agarwal@ifmr.ac.in Shannon Maloney at shannon.maloney@ifmr.ac.in

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