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Table 2 Indicator adequacy criteria.

From: Deconstructing leisure time and workload: case of women bean producers in Kenya

Indicator Adequacy criteria
  An individual is considered adequate/ empowered if
Input in production decisions (S)he participates (or feels they can give Input) in at least two types of production decisions
Autonomy in production decisions Their actions with regard to agricultural production are motivated by their values rather than by fear of disapproval or coercion
Ownership of assets They own (solely or jointly with others) at least one major asset or two minor assets
Purchase/sale/transfer of assets They have at least one type of right to buy, sell, or transfer assets within the household
Access to and decisions on credit They have access to credit and can make at least one decision regarding borrowing or use of credit
Control over the use of income One has Input on decisions regarding the use of income that (s)he participated in earning, provided such Input is not on minor household purchases
Group member They have active membership in at least one social or economic group
Workload They did not work for more than 10.5 h in the previous 24 h
Leisure They do not express any level of dissatisfaction with their available time for leisure activities, i.e., scored ≥ 5 on a scale of 1–10
  1. This excludes minor assets like chicken, non-mechanized farm equipment, and small consumer durables