This brief explores the work, time-use and voice dimensions, along with data on asset ownership and control, to highlight the multidimensional nature of economic empowerment and resiliency for women and men in two provinces of the Solomon Islands.
This report presents initial findings and insights from the Solomon Islands study, which was undertaken early in 2020 by IWDA and Dignity Pasifik. The report includes detailed analyses of data gathered across a broad range of economic, social and environmental factors from different population groups in Central and Guadalcanal Provinces.
Food insecurity is associated with several poverty-related variables. This multidimensional analysis integrates gender to reveal the depth of inequality at the intersections of multiple deprivations.