Women’s groups are widely implemented and researched, particularly in South Asia and Africa. However, there is no consistent approach to describing their varied implementation models, which hinders construct validity and accurate interpretation of evidence. This paper proposes a typology and reporting checklist to support transferability of evidence across models and settings.
Desai, Sapna, Thomas de Hoop, Leigh Anderson, Bidisha Barooah, Tabitha Mulyampiti, Ekwaro Obuku, Audrey Prost, and Howard White. 2020. "Improving Evidence on Women’s Groups: A proposed typology and reporting checklist," Evidence Consortium on Women's Groups Working Paper no. 1.