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Gender and Growth Assessment, Nigeria

2008 – 2008
Project Status: Completed


Funded by:
Department for International Department

 

This research is analysing the gendered impacts of growth in Nigeria over the last decade. The assessment involves statistical analysis, a review of the grey literature on the impacts of growth processes in different regions of the country on men and women, and four sub-national case studies in Lagos, Kano, Bauchi and Cross Rivers.


DEV Key Contact:

Nitya Rao

 

Selected Output:

Akanji, B., Akpokodje, G., Ajala, B., Rao, N., Palmer-Jones, R., Papyrakis, E., 2009, ‘Gender and Growth Assessment – Nigeria: National Overview’, DFID & CIDA Paper

Akanji, B., Akpokodje, G., Ajala, B., Rao, N., Palmer-Jones, R., Papyrakis, E., 2009, ‘Gender and Growth Assessment – Nigeria: Bauchi, Cross River, Kano and Lagos State Reports’, DFID & CIDA Paper

Akanji, B., Akpokodje, G., Ajala, B., Rao, N., Palmer-Jones, R., Papyrakis, E., 2009, ‘Gender and Growth Assessment: Microeconomic Study’, DFID & CIDA Paper

Akanji, B., Akpokodje, G., Ajala, B., Rao, N., Palmer-Jones, R., Papyrakis, E., 2009, ‘Gender and Growth Assessment: Macroeconomic Study’, DFID & CIDA Paper