A number of country teams presented the research they have been conducting as part of the Counting Women's Work project at the 11th Global Meeting of the NTA Network in Dakar and Saly, Senegal, from 20 to 24 June 2016. Presentations included:
Eugenia Amporfu, D.Sakyi, P.B. Frimpong, E.Arthur, J.Novignon, Measuring the Distribution of Housework among Men and Women in Ghana: The National Time Transfer Accounts Approach
Nguyen Thi Lan Huong, Pham Ngoc Toan, and Pham Minh Thu, Using National Time Transfer Accounts Approach to Analyse Labor Income Gap by Gender in Vietnam
Pamela Jiménez Fontana, Gender inequality on the intergenerational flows in Costa Rica
Laishram Ladusingh, Wake Up India, Count Women's Work
Oumy Laye and Latif Dramani, Trade of Between Labor Market and Domestic Market in Senegal
Moses Muriithi, Reuben Mutegi, Germano Mwabu, The Incomes and Labor Supplies of Unpaid Family Workers in Kenya
Morné Oosthuizen, Counting Women's Work in South Africa
Estela Rivero, Changes in intrahousehold time transfers in Mexico between 2002 and 2014: What accounts for what?
Other presentations related to Counting Women's Work can be found here. One exciting development of the conference was that the group of West African countries involved in creating demographic dividend observatories would incorporate a gender perspective and time use analyses into those plans.
For more information about the NTA XI conference, please visit the conference site.