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This mixed methods study investigates the impact of introducing participatory intrahousehold decision making in Ugandan agricultural households on multiple dimensions of women's empowerment, including more subjective aspects of sense of agency and achievements by examining how impact aligns with women's perceptions of the process, meaning and value of their empowerment. Participatory intrahousehold decision making is expected to empower women through increasing their voice and decision-makingdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13352060.v1 fatcat:tf6rkhmefjfbfi52frkjuekose