CWW Working Paper WP8 is by Morné Oosthuizen, featuring CWW results for South Africa in 2010. It is entitled Counting Women's Work in South Africa: Incorporating Unpaid Work into Estimates of the Economic Lifecycle in 2010.
This paper discusses the methodology used by researchers in the CWW project for constructing National Time Transfer Accounts (NTTA). The NTTAs measure the production and consumption of household production or unpaid care across the lifecycle, and the transfers across age groups implied by the patterns of these two flows.
CWW Working Paper WP3 is by Eugenia Amporfu, Daniel Sakyi, Prince Boakye Frimpong, Eric Arthur and Jacob Novignon, and details the CWW research for Ghana. It is entitled: The Distribution of Paid and Unpaid Work among Men and Women in Ghana: The National Time Transfer Accounts Approach.