International Development, Community, and Environment

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This report discusses the agricultural activities (seasonal, weekly, and daily) that take place in a typical year to provide insight into men’s and women’s perceptions of the seasons, agricultural activities, crops grown, and sex-disaggregated division of labor related to those crops and activities performed during specific times in a day or week in selected regions of Uganda and Tanzania. Qualitative data were collected from 38 sex-disaggregated focus group discussions (FGDs) conducted with a total of 341 participants. Sixteen FGDs consisted of men only and 22 consisted of women only.

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Gender-Disaggregated Seasonal and Daily Calendars of Farmers in Uganda and Tanzania

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gender equality, seasonality, role of women, farmers, agriculture, gender and equity, Uganda, Tanzania, Africa

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