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Gender, Agriculture, & Assets Projects: Toolkit on Collecting Gender & Assets Data in Qualitative & Quantitative Program Evaluations

Organizational Authors: 
IFPRI,
ILRI
Year Published: 
2014

Over the past decade, donor organizations, researchers, and development practitioners have recognized the importance of collecting mixed methods gender and assets data using mixed methods in monitoring & evaluation and impact evaluation of development programs. Nonetheless, many researchers and practitioners remain unsure of why or how to do this. This toolkit has been developed as part of the Gender, Agriculture, and Assets Project (GAAP) to assist researchers and practitioners who are either new or unfamiliar with using mixed methods for gender and assets data collection and analysis.  

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