Analyze existing information (secondary sources) or carry out surveys from a representative sample, to: - identify the interested / affected population, in detail: i) # of households, sex of the household's head, members of the household and socio-economic status; ii) existence of establishments such as health clinics, schools, community centers and markets; iii) mapping of social institutions and actors (base community organizations, women's organizations, etc.), analyzing representation and roles of both women and men. - review possible impacts of EI on: i) local community's health, consider differentiated impact on women and men, due to the different activities carried out by them (household, community-related and paid activities), e.g., water collection, agricultural work, etc.; ii) socio-economic and life conditions of the local community, consider economic activities carried out by women and men, and the consequences of a resettlement process on the execution of these activities. - review representation and labor force within the sector (institutions, civil society organizations, businesses, etc.), disaggregated by sex.
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Statistics and baselines resulting from assessment
- Sex-disaggregated data about affected population (male/female–headed households)
- Vulnerable households rate, disaggregated by head of household's sex
- Femininity index of poverty
- Women and men representation within institutions and social organizations
- Harassment/violence against women rate
- Time of paid/non-paid work, according to sex (hour/person/month)
- Labor force within the extractive industries sector, at national level (institutions, businesses, etc.), disaggregated by sex
- Rate of women and men representation within the civil society organizations involved