Gender analysis form for the case of Zabo
1. What household tasks and agricultural work do women and men perform in this community?
2. What is the important work that women and men each contribute to the survival of their community?
3. Based on the type of work they do, what are the different interests, concerns, and needs that women and men have in Zabo?
4. What resources might men and women have control over?
5. What different and similar benefits might men and women receive from guinea worm eradication efforts?
6. What type of control might women and men have over the benefits of eradication of the guinea worm in Zabo?
7. What might be some reasons for resistance to equal responsibility in eradication efforts in the community of Zabo?