These Guidelines aim to improve the availability of systematically integrated and comparable sex-disaggregated and gender-relevant data within agricultural surveys by bridging significant data gaps. Specifically, the Guidelines identify key indicators focusing on crop and livestock activities in developing countries where the agricultural sector is largely characterized by agricultural households, and propose adaptations to existing agriculture surveys based on the latest research in survey methods and gender analysis.
These guidelines seek to increase individual-level, sex-disaggregated and gender-relevant data available from agricultural surveys.
The goal of the research line, “Mainstreaming sex-disaggregated data and gender indicators in agricultural statistics” is to improve the availability of comparable sex-disaggregated data and gender-relevant indicators within large-scale agricultural surveys.
This working paper identifies gender gaps in a wider set of land rights in Sub-Saharan Africa.
This document reviews the literature on the collection of sex-disaggregated data in agricultural surveys and the agricultural modules of national household surveys in preparation for a guidance document for national statistical institutions.