Household Allocation and Efficiency of Time in Papua New Guinea

Damien Echevin
Stephane Forman
Brenna Fae Moore
Anuja Utz
Kofi Nouve
Gayatri Acharya
Alan Tobalbal Oliver

This report looks at how gender-differentiated domestic work burdens impact the ability of women to allocate their labour to the cultivation, harvesting and processing of coffee and cocoa.
The report identifies gender-disaggregated trends in time allocation and links these patterns to household welfare outcomes. The note also outlines recommendations to improve outcomes for women in Papua New Guinea within these two sectors.

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Submitted by Toksave
March 21, 2021
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