Latest from the blog | 09.06.2017 | Is it time to rethink how we measure women’s household decision-making power in impact evaluations?
One of the first rules of thumb you learn about developing survey questions is that they should be specific and time-bound...Yet some of the most common survey questions for measuring women’s participation in household decision-making are...read more
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