21ST SESSION OF AFRICAN COMMSION FOR AGRICULTURE STATISTICS WORKSHOPWORKSHOP HELD IN ACCRA, GHANA, 28 – 31 OCTOBER 2009. Integrating Gender Concerns into Agriculture Censuses: A Case of Tanzania. By Lubili Marco Gambamala National Bureau of Statistics.
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21ST SESSION OF AFRICAN COMMSION FOR
AGRICULTURE STATISTICS WORKSHOPWORKSHOP
HELD IN ACCRA, GHANA,
28 – 31 OCTOBER 2009
Integrating Gender Concerns into Agriculture Censuses:
A Case of Tanzania
By Lubili Marco Gambamala
National Bureau of Statistics
97.7% of smallholder agric rural households use hand hoe, 2002/03 Agric Sample Census
Feminization of the agriculture Sector
In most developing countries there has been an increasing trend towards what is been termed as the 'feminization of agriculture'.
On the other hand; the division of labour and responsibilities between sexes in rural agrarian communities has been set
Feminization of ………..cont…
Gender analysis is a tool used to provide a better understanding of the realities of men and women and boys and girls. It aims to expose the dynamics of gender-based differences across a variety of issues
Gender analysis assumes that men and women differ in the goods and services they produce and in their degree of access to and control of resources.
The Gender Profile of small holder Rural Agriculture Households in Tanzania
The Gender Profile of small holder Rural Agriculture Households in Tanzania provide an insight of the extent of the differences which are happening between male and females in rural areas and the information can be used by the planning and the policy making community to alleviate the situation.
The 2002/3 and 2007/8 Agriculture Sample Censuses are designed to meet the data needs of a wide range of users down to district level including policy makers at local, regional and national levels, rural development agencies, funding institutions, researchers, NGOs, farmer organizations, etc. Specifically the Gender Profile was meant to provide information to meet the following list of indicators
The list of Gender differences indicators
The snapshot of the Gender Profile in Tanzania
The snapshot of the Gender Profile in Tanzania………
The DATA Collection Tools and improvements made for the 2007/08 Agriculture Sample Census Questionnaire
The DATA Collection Tools …………….
Conclusion and Recommendations
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