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Table 7 OLS estimates of gender heterogeneity in the usage of coping strategies when confronted with food and nutrition insecurity

From: Coping with food and nutrition insecurity in Zimbabwe: does household head gender matter?

VariablesHunger scorePoor food consumption scoreNever consumes mineralsNever consumes proteinsNever consumes iron
(I)(II)(IV)(V)(IV)
Panel A
 Household head is female × Consumption-based coping strategy index− 0.0002127.69e–058.64e–050.000337***− 0.000197
 (0.000338)(0.000128)(0.000134)(0.000124)(0.000137)
 Household head is female0.0353***0.0254***0.00988**0.0326***0.0664***
 (0.00726)(0.00344)(0.00462)(0.00347)(0.00473)
 Consumption-based coping strategy index0.0149***0.00355***0.00195***0.00262***0.00405***
 (0.000203)(7.83e–05)(8.25e–05)(7.40e–05)(8.63e–05)
Panel B
 Household head is female × Livelihoods-based coping strategy index− 0.0329***− 0.0110***0.000742− 0.00511− 0.0164***
 (0.0114)(0.00374)(0.00390)(0.00356)(0.00436)
 Household head is female0.0763***0.0379***0.0186***0.0458***0.0741***
 (0.00966)(0.00399)(0.00431)(0.00401)(0.00531)
 Livelihoods-based coping strategy index0.222***0.0344***0.0260***0.0211***0.0312***
 (0.00635)(0.00212)(0.00216)(0.00195)(0.00247)
  1. Notes: Regression results control for province as well as survey year dummies. Robust standard errors in parentheses
  2. ***, **, and * indicate the 1, 5, and 10% levels of significance