Individual access to cash income by sex and regularity of source of income
Monetary value of individual income by sex
Individual ownership of housing property by sex
Individual ownership of land by sex
Distribution of land size by sex of the owner
Individual ownership of livestock by sex and type of livestock
Distribution of livestock size by type of livestock and sex of the owner
When data on asset ownership are collected through household surveys, information may also be obtained on how the assets were acquired, what is their value, and whether female and male household members have decision-making power on their use and disposal (UNECE and World Bank Institute, 2010). Contextual information on property and inheritance rights that may discriminate against women should be gathered from non-statistical sources, such as qualitative studies of laws or cultural norms that may have a gender-differentiated impact on access to property.
Individual use of credit by sex, purpose of credit and source of credit.
Individual use of credit should be further disaggregated by individual ownership of key assets such as land, housing and major durable goods, in order to see, for example, whether the lack of housing, land or other assets leads women to use informal or semiformal sources of credit.