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Time Use

Decision making and policy

Costs & benefits

Public expenditures

Public and school-based water and sanitation

Health, Sanitation

Survey Methodology

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  • total time expended by men and women (and

boys / girls) in collecting water to meet daily basic needs, including waiting time at public supply points

  • roles played and efforts expended by women in

safeguarding the water and sanitation access

  • proportional women’s/ men’s participation in

formal settings

  • participation of women throughout complete

project cycles

  • compensation levels for men and women

  • decision-making power and processes within

households

  • gendered economic benefits from improved

access to water; the differential costs to men and women of lack of access.

  • gendered dimensions of costs and benefits

from privatization of water and sanitation

  • f/m-headed household expenditures on water

and sanitation

  • scale and nature of public sector expenditures

on investments for water, and the gender- differentiated impacts of those expenditures,

  • information on expenditure allocations

(hardware/software, hygiene and sanitation promotion, in rural and urban areas, how funds are distributed across communities, the extent of funding directed to maintaining sustainability of services).

  • public funding is directed to women’s groups

working on water and sanitation is largely overlooked.

  • nature of/ state of sanitation provision in public

places

  • extent of public/ private provision for women’s/

girls’ menstrual needs

  • prevalence of open defecation on water and

land by male/ female, girls/ boys

  • presence/absence of public and school

facilities, and ranked indicators of conditions, availability, and quality of those services

  • public health data linked to/ collected for

WATSAN sector

  • sex of interviewers/ respondents

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