Primary Outcomes (end points)
Business performance, profitability and sales; business practices, error competence (ability to recover from errors), personal initiative, innovation, product diversification, borrowing and investment, capital and labor inputs, access to finance.
Primary outcomes are measured for primary beneficiaries (women) and their husbands.
Individual level indicators: socio-emotional skills, agency, household welfare, time allocation, sharing of housework.
Intra-household indicators: bargaining power, decision-making.