Random readings on society, politics and change – Jorge Carrillo
Around the world, women do more work than men because of gender divisions of labor that cause most of the burden of housework and care work to fall on women and girls.
This desk review explores the links between infrastructure development and women’s time poverty in Asia and the Pacific by drawing on time-use data and reviewing existing research and evidence from impact evaluations.
The review finds that basic infrastructure has the potential to reduce the time spent on housework and care work and influence the gender division of labor. However, infrastructure projects rarely include interventions to address this directly, even when reducing time burdens is a slated aim of the project.
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