AMRE | Women’s Empowerment in Tanzania

Women's Empowerment in Tanzania

Understanding and fixing data issues for analysis to evaluate the Trias/Maisha Bora sponsored project “Women’s Food Security Program for Impoverished Maasai Households”

Rita Chiboub ’21, Global & International Studies
Stacey Park ’21, Psychology

Advisors: Grit Herzmann, Brooke Krause
As part of the impact evaluation of the five-year “Women’s Food Security Program for Impoverished Maasai Households” project, the final round of data was recently collected in Northern Tanzania. The AMRE team cleansed the dataset and checked it for internal consistency before analyzing preliminary trends that determine the relationship between women’s empowerment and food security.

This project was made possible by financial support from the following organizations: The Andrew Fellowships Fund, Hamburger Endowment for Collaborative Projects and Program Development, and The Wilson Fellowships Fund.
Members of Women’s Empowerment in Tanzania will be online to field comments on Nov. 5 from 3:30pm-5:30pm.

Posted in Experiential Learning, Experiential Learning Virtual Symposium on October 30, 2020.

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