Balancing unpaid care work and paid work: Case studies

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Displaying 1 - 9 of 9
1285 31 CS1 203083 3 Coping 1 0 1 0
1288 36 CS4 201008 6 Coping 1 0 0 0
1302 55 CS12 203028 6 Coping 1 0 0 0
1309 34 CS8 203130 4 Coping 1 0 1 0
1311 27 CS11 203072 3 Coping 0 0 0 0
1312 29 CS16 203112 2 Coping 1 0 1 0
1194 24 401041/P 401041 2 Coping 0 1 0 0 0
1212 21 404045NP 404045 3 Coping 0 1 0 0 0
1216 35 404010P 404010 4 Coping 1 1 0 1 0

Our project has generated large dataset of Case studies, offering rich, authentic and anonymised summaries of the lives of women across the programme.

Explore their stories and the balances and tensions they face between paid work that empowers them, and the support for their unpaid care work responsibilities. Read more about the case studies

Displaying 1 - 9 of 9
CS1
203083
Traditional care work duties leave Rose without time to rest
3
Coping
Rwanda
CS4
201008
Long distances to VUP worksites and irregular payments provides little support to Helen as she struggles to undertake both paid work and unpaid care work
6
Coping
Rwanda
CS12
203028
Lack of childcare services in WEE programme intensifies Dative’s depletion because of an overburden of both paid work and unpaid care work
6
Coping
Rwanda
CS8
203130
Esperance and her husband engage in informal paid work with long working hours just to make ends meet
4
Coping
Rwanda
CS11
203072
Returns from farming through a WEE programme are insufficient for single mother Aisha’s needs
3
Coping
Rwanda
CS16
203112
Supporting elderly parents as well as her children leaves single mother Jane depleted
2
Coping
Rwanda
401041/P
401041
A migrant husband leaves Mankumari juggling care with cooperative work
2
Coping
Nepal

Rupa BK (21)

404045NP
404045
Gender norms means Rupa’s husband will go hungry rather than cook for himself
3
Coping
Nepal
404010P
404010
Struggling to do it all as the head of household and primary carer
4
Coping
Nepal