Process outputs

'My Work Never Ends': Women's Experiences of Balancing Unpaid Care Work and Paid Work through WEE Programming in India 

This paper seeks to lay bare the contours and consequences of the relationship between paid work and unpaid care work for women in low-income households, in order to better understand the relationship between women’s participation in paid work and ‘economic empowerment’.

‘How Can It Be a Problem If You Need Them Both?’ Women Juggling Paid and Unpaid Care Work in Tanzania

This paper summarises the findings of mixed-methods research that was carried out in Tanzania. It reflects the voices and experiences of women and their household members participating in women's economic empowerment (WEE) programmes across four sites in the rural districts of Korogwe and Lushoto in Tanga region. Participants in two WEE programmes are represented, namely the state-run Women Development Fund (WDF) and Oxfam’s Food Security for Tanzanian Farmers programme.

Overview of South Africa gender-based violence case study

This case study will be conducted through a partnership between the Institute of Development Studies, the Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation (SLF) and Sonke Gender Justice to explore how collective action contributes to addressing the discriminatory social norms that perpetuate sexual and gender-based violence, and the role of men and boys in enabling transformative change.

Annotated Bibliography: Urbanisation and Health

This annotated bibliography reflects a literature search undertaken to support the work of a collaborative research project looking at women’s and girls’ health in rapidly urbanising areas in developing countries. It looks at the literature which examines the global debates around urbanisation and health generally, and more specifically at the issues of urban living and its impact on the health of women and girls living in low-income urban settlements in Kenya and South Africa. 

Location

Kenya
0° 1' 24.8124" S, 37° 54' 22.2948" E
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