Throughout July, the study team in Tanzania was hard at work collecting data from 20 villages throughout rural Singida, Tanzania. In just a few short days, our enumerators were able to interview 513 women and 435 men, a truly remarkable feat. We deeply appreciate their commitment to the project and the invaluable data they collected.
This data collection was done in conjunction with the Singida Nutrition and Agroecology Project (SNAP) mid-year survey. SNAP promotes legumes production, nutrition education, and women’s empowerment. Information from the HWISE study will be useful in exploring how water impacts agriculture production and the ways in which it mediates gender dynamics within the household.
We are also excited to announce that data collection from a second site in Tanzania, Morogoro, will be a part of HWISE 2.0!