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The first 2008 issue of the Journal for International Development is a special issue on gender and collective action, which is made available free and open access as a sample to promote the journal. This includes an article on floodplain management in Bangladesh, water management in Kenya, and watershed management in East Africa.
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File Report on Training Course on Gender, Adaptation to Climate Change, and IWRM (2011)
For the four days from 25th to 28th July 2011, thirty two participants from different parts of Sudan came together in Khartoum to take part in a course: Gender, Adaptation to Climate Change and Water Resources Management (IWRM). The course was organized by the Development Studies and Research Institute (DSRI), University of Khartoum, in collaboration with Nile IWRM-Net and with support from UNDP/Cap-Net.
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An interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development.
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South Asia: First regional strategic planning for mainstreaming gender in IWRM by GWA
Source Bulletin May 2007
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water / Articles in Source Bulletin
Gender and water: how to engineer a common language?
Partnership between Both ENDS, Comprehensive Assessment and GWA. Source Bulletin February 2007
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water / Articles in Source Bulletin
Traveling Exhibit
As "one picture tells more than a thousand words", GWA developed a photo exhibition showing different aspects of gender related to water. The main objectives of this exhibit are: to raise awareness about gender and water issues to strenghten capacity in community-based groups and organisations and to address gender equity in integrated water resource management. Together with GWA members and partners from the respective regions, the exhibit was developed for the Latin American and Carribean region in 2005, an African Chapter was developed in 2007, followed by a South Asian chapter in 2008.
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building
Cartoon booklets on gender and water (2009)
Together with the famous Brazilian artist Ziraldo Alves Pinto, GWA has developed four booklets about gender and water, specifically targeted at school children and illiterate people.
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water
GWA addresses gender issues at workshop
At the Regional Workshop on Optimisation for Sustainable Water Resources Management (OPTIMA), which took place at Qawra, Malta from 28-29 May, Chrisje van Schoot, Senior Programme Officer of GWA addressed the importance of gender involvement in water resource management.
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building
File Eastern Africa Regional ToT Workshop: Gender Mainstreaming in IWRM
A total of 39 professionals from water and environment ministries and institutes as well as NGOs in Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Sudan and Kenya participated in the training of trainers workshop, which was organised by the Gender and Water Alliance in close coordination with the Institute of Environment and Water in Nairobi. The training took place from 30 March till 5 April 2009 at the Yaya Center, Nairobi, Kenya. The illustrated report (which you can download here) summarizes all presentations and ensuing discussions day by day and it documents participants’experiences on gender mainstreaming in IWRM and water policies from the Eastern African Region, with e.g. interesting examples from Kenya’s flower industry and the field visit report on the work of the Kimande trust in Nairobi’s Kibera slum.
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building / Training of Trainers
File Second Arab Region ToT Workshop: Gender Mainstreaming in IWRM
The second Training of Trainers workshop on Gender and IWRM in the Arabic language was organised in Jordan from 1-7 November 2008. It was organised in partnership with Cap-net and AWARENET, and hosted by the Queen Zein al Sharaf Institute for Development (ZENID) in Amman, Jordan. The 16 participants came from Jordan, Lebanon, Palestinian Territories, Egypt, Sudan and Yemen. Lessons learned from GWA’s first Arab Region TOT held in Tunis (Nov. 07) were applied in this workshop. More time was devoted for understanding of the gender concept, gender responsive budgeting, gender and sanitation, and linking these issues to the reality of the region. In addition specific attention was paid to practical exercises and tailor made training methods to provide the participants with the skills and tools to train others in gender mainstreaming in their countries’ water sector. The report describes the course programme from session to session; the animated discussions on gender perceptions; and explains through text and photographs the course methodology like the meta-plan technique, ranking exercises, role play on preparing a training course budget, and more.
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