In 2021, the Project Advancing Women Economic Empowerment in Vietnam (AWEEV), implemented by CARE and funded by Global Affairs Canada (GAC), undertook a baseline survey to inform project indicators. The baseline data was collected through face-to-face interviews with 363 men and 383 women in nine project communes in Ha Giang and Lai Chau. Based on the study, this report aims to understand better
how ethnic minority (EM) men and women spend their time on activities during the day (24 hours). The report analyses the status of participation of women and men in Ha Giang and Lai Chau in unpaid care and domestic work (UCDW) and the factors affecting the time use of women and men. The report also calculates the economic value of UCDW performed by women and men. It also identifies the impact of
UCDW on other activities in the family household, including income-generating activities (IGA), education, social and reproductive activities.
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