Dataset download page

Data is only meaningful when it is accessible.

We want to maximize impact by sharing the data compiled within our project on bridging the gender data gap in mobility. The full datasets can be downloaded below.

Datasets Nairobi, Lagos 1, Gauteng
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Sample size: In total, 235 surveys were conducted across the three cities, with 155 in Nairobi, 100 in Lagos, and 80 in Gauteng.

Please note: The sample sizes used as part of this study are smaller than best practice might suggest, and therefore the insights derived from the analysis of the survey responses are not significant enough to be used as a definitive conclusion on the state of affairs for women and transport but rather point towards trends in the space. The data collected, the survey questions and the analytical framework included in these sheets should rather be used as a guide to inform future large-scale survey efforts on this topic. We therefore advise against using this data to create statistical insights for policy briefs, research reports or any other definitive recommendations.

Datasets Lagos 2, Abidjan

Methodology: The data collection was based on a surveying method, leveraging the existing structure of cities and their actors. By recognizing local small and medium-sized retail shops as intelligence points within their communities and working with them to target survey participants and to conduct the surveys, community-sourced data could be compiled. In Lagos and Abidjan respectively, 13 and 15 shops actively participated in the data gathering. To keep the length of the surveys manageable, the data was gathered through the dissemination if three shorter surveys. While the first part, covering descriptors, remained the same in all three surveys, the second part differed in each survey. Hence, the responses of the first part were answered by the complete sample of respondents, and the questions in the other two parts were only answered by a subsection of the sample.

Sample size: In Lagos, a total of 630 valid responses could be gathered (204 from questionnaire N° 1, 206 from N° 2, and 220 from N° 3). For Abidjan, the dataset entails a total of 466 valid responses (170 from questionnaire N° 1, 146 from N° 2, and 150 from N° 3). More details on the surveys and the methodology can be found in the full report.

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The datasets can be downloaded below as Excel-files: