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 indicator_17 [2019/01/18 14:00]admin indicator_17 [2019/01/18 14:01] (current)admin Both sides previous revision Previous revision 2019/01/18 14:01 admin 2019/01/18 14:00 admin 2018/12/11 21:03 external edit 2019/01/18 14:01 admin 2019/01/18 14:00 admin 2018/12/11 21:03 external edit Line 8: Line 8: |**Possible data sources** \\ The information is collected through annual surveys by CARE and partners.|| |**Possible data sources** \\ The information is collected through annual surveys by CARE and partners.|| |**Resources needed for data collection** \\ The quantitative and qualitative data collection will have to be conducted by CARE and partners. It needs to be included in the monitoring and evaluation plan and budgeted for.  || |**Resources needed for data collection** \\ The quantitative and qualitative data collection will have to be conducted by CARE and partners. It needs to be included in the monitoring and evaluation plan and budgeted for.  || - |  \\ **Reporting results for this indicator: number of people for which the change happened** \\ * How many women (female and male-headed households) report they are able to equally participate in household financial decision-making last year? \\ * What has been the trend in % of women who report they are able to equally participate in household financial decision-making?​ Has the % increase, stagnated or decreased? ​\\ || + | \\  **Reporting results for this indicator: number of people for which the change happened** \\ * How many women (female and male-headed households) report they are able to equally participate in household financial decision-making last year? \\ * What has been the trend in % of women who report they are able to equally participate in household financial decision-making?​ Has the % increase, stagnated or decreased? ​ || |**Questions for guiding the analysis and interpretation of data (explaining the how and why the change happened, and how CARE contributed to the change)** \\ * How has CARE contributed to the change? What were CARE’s main strategies for contributing to this change (e.g. model men/​engaging men, awareness raising, etc.)? \\ * Have there been any changes in legislation or practice that have influenced the results? \\ * What are the types of financial decisions that have seen a noticeable increase or decrease in the involvement of women? \\ * If the following information is available from quantitative or qualitative sources it would help the analysis of the data: \\ − How are women concretely benefitting from the change? How has the gender based division of labor inside the household changed? Have men contributed to the change and how? Has the level of conflict inside the household increased or decreased? \\ − How have women changed? What strategies did they use to gain more power in decision making? How have men changed? What attitudes and behaviors did they change to share decision making more with women? \\ − How do women and men know that their decision making is “more equal”? What behavior proves this? \\ − How have any changes in these gender relations strengthened women’s ability to participate in, sustain and grow their economic activities/​businesses?​ How has this change in dynamic contributed to women’s access to and control over financial assets and benefits?|| |**Questions for guiding the analysis and interpretation of data (explaining the how and why the change happened, and how CARE contributed to the change)** \\ * How has CARE contributed to the change? What were CARE’s main strategies for contributing to this change (e.g. model men/​engaging men, awareness raising, etc.)? \\ * Have there been any changes in legislation or practice that have influenced the results? \\ * What are the types of financial decisions that have seen a noticeable increase or decrease in the involvement of women? \\ * If the following information is available from quantitative or qualitative sources it would help the analysis of the data: \\ − How are women concretely benefitting from the change? How has the gender based division of labor inside the household changed? Have men contributed to the change and how? Has the level of conflict inside the household increased or decreased? \\ − How have women changed? What strategies did they use to gain more power in decision making? How have men changed? What attitudes and behaviors did they change to share decision making more with women? \\ − How do women and men know that their decision making is “more equal”? What behavior proves this? \\ − How have any changes in these gender relations strengthened women’s ability to participate in, sustain and grow their economic activities/​businesses?​ How has this change in dynamic contributed to women’s access to and control over financial assets and benefits?|| |**Other considerations** \\ It is worthwhile to also monitor trends in the household’s economic situation – and to assess whether economic advancement correlates with increase women’s decision making power. \\  __This indicator can be complemented by the following:​__ \\ * # and % of women and men reporting net income increase per day(WEE supplementary indicator); \\ * # and % of women and men who own or control productive asset (including land) / technology and have the skills to use them productively (WEE supplementary indicator); \\ * # and % of women and men in managerial/​senior decision- making position [in company, enterprise, producer group, cooperative,​ VSLA etc.]; \\ * # and % of people of all genders with knowledge & awareness of their rights and responsibilities as citizens (Governance supplementary indicator); \\ * % of respondents who report gender equitable attitudes (GEM scale).|| |**Other considerations** \\ It is worthwhile to also monitor trends in the household’s economic situation – and to assess whether economic advancement correlates with increase women’s decision making power. \\  __This indicator can be complemented by the following:​__ \\ * # and % of women and men reporting net income increase per day(WEE supplementary indicator); \\ * # and % of women and men who own or control productive asset (including land) / technology and have the skills to use them productively (WEE supplementary indicator); \\ * # and % of women and men in managerial/​senior decision- making position [in company, enterprise, producer group, cooperative,​ VSLA etc.]; \\ * # and % of people of all genders with knowledge & awareness of their rights and responsibilities as citizens (Governance supplementary indicator); \\ * % of respondents who report gender equitable attitudes (GEM scale).||