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INCORPORATING GENDER PERSPECTIVE INTO HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS. BY ROSEMARY USIDE KENYA Presented at the Global Forum on Gender Statistics, Accra Ghana, 26-28 January 2009. INTRODUCTION. The Government has made efforts: To mainstream gender at all levels Achieve gender equity

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incorporating gender perspective into household surveys

INCORPORATING GENDER PERSPECTIVE INTO HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS

BY

ROSEMARY USIDE

KENYA

Presented at the Global Forum on Gender Statistics, Accra Ghana, 26-28 January 2009

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introduction
INTRODUCTION

The Government has made efforts:

  • To mainstream gender at all levels
  • Achieve gender equity

One of the initiatives is the:

  • Appointment of gender officers in all ministries and state corporations
      • To ensure gender issues are addressed accordingly
  • Engendering data collection, processing and analysis

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institutional framework
Institutional framework
  • Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Development
    • Developed the National Gender Policy on Gender and Development
    • Coordinate and harmonize the implementation of the Gender policy
      • Provides a framework for the operationalization of gender mainstreaming
      • Recognizes socio-cultural attitudes held by both women and men

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Involves the NSO in all aspects of data use
    • Development of the Kenya data sheet 2007
    • CSW Report
    • CEDAW Report
    • Training of Gender Officers in production of gender statistics

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incorporating gender into household surveys
INCORPORATING GENDER INTO HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS
  • Planning and execution of census and household survey activities are spearheaded by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) on behalf of the Government of Kenya in accordance with the Statistics Act 2006 of the Laws of Kenya.

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household surveys
Household Surveys
  • Demographic and health Survey
  • Integrated Household Budget Survey
  • Aids Indicator Srvey
  • MICS

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kenya demographic and health survey 2008
Kenya Demographic and Health Survey 2008

Done every five years

  • Phase I
    • Formation of Technical Committee

Users & Producers: Ministries: Health, Education,

Agriculture, Labour, Research Instituions and

Development Partners( UNFPA, NUDP, UNCEF,

UNIFEM, Macro Int. CDC etc).

Composition: 7 females, 18 males

    • Critique the questionnaires; agree on types of questions to be asked in respective modules: Education, employment, fertility, mortality, family planning, HIV/AIDS, nutrition and gender based violence

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phase ii recruitment of data collection personnel implementation
Phase II -Recruitment of data collection personnel & Implementation

Distribution of KDHS Personnel by category and gender

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questionnaire
QUESTIONNAIRE
  • Three types of qestionnaires:
    • Household
    • Woman
    • Man
  • Sex and age components very important
  • Modules include: fertility, family planning, mortality, Education, employment, HIV/AIDS, gender based violence maternal and child health.
  • Duration 3 months

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phase iii
Phase III
  • Data Processing (3 months)
  • Production of preliminary report (1 month)

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phase iv
Phase IV
  • In-depth analysis (3 months)
  • Thematic areas by subject matter specialists
    • General information, fertility, mortality, nutrition, maternal & child health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, economic participation and gender based violence
  • Outputs
    • Comprehensive report
    • Summary Report
    • Facts and figures
    • Fliers
    • Posters

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phase v
Phase V
  • Dissemination
    • Launch at national level
    • Regional
    • District
  • Monitoring and Evaluation

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