Measurement of smallholder incomes and the living income gap is key to understanding and taking action to improve livelihoods. However, smallholder incomes can be multifaceted and complex, and for many reasons, it is unlikely that any two measurement approaches will be the same. Recognising that it is difficult for a single actor to shift incomes in dynamic smallholder environments; alignment around measurement can open opportunities for partnerships and collaboration to scale up interventions.
This webinar aims to support users identify an approach to understand how to approach measuring smallholder household incomes and the living income gap. We shall start with a review of the key concepts and consideration points around income measurement and then hear how these concepts were put into practice in a baseline study in Ghana.
• Part 1: Understanding the concepts of income measurement
A review of key points and considerations that influence income measurement approaches
• Part 2: Putting theory to practice: Income measurement approach used in a baseline study for cocoa and cashew in Ghana
A look at the purpose of the study, the measurement approach that was taken, and understanding how that decision was made.
Join us to strengthen your knowledge to be more strategic and effective in your approach.