A Day in the Life of a CARE-Kenya Participant

Publication year: 
1991

In order to obtain detailed information about project participants's daily tasks, particularly in a gender context, 139 calenders were constructed for one specific day. The timeline focused on all the activities undertaken during that day, including agricultural work. Men did more agricultural work than women, although women worked harder overall. Of the 103 agricultural workers surveyed, the men spent more time with livestock, both were involved in nursery work, and men carried out slightly more work in the fields. The other projects studied were water and santitation, women's income generating projects and education. The gender difference in perception of agricultural tasks is noted, which relates closely to time spent talking, resting and in 'reproductive' chores.

Interest groups: 
Of use to government and NGO project planners and fieldworkers, particularly at district and village level
Source publication information
Source: 
Mimeo
Pages: 
21 p.
Publisher
CARE
Available at IDS for reference
[London?]
Publisher reference: 
CARE

How to find this resource

Shelfmark in IDS Resource Centre
D : Gender 75