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FileTowards a workable approach to mainstream gender in natural resources management (2012)
This paper describes the key results and lessons learned of a PSO funded project in which Both ENDS and partner organisations AMICHOCÓ in Colombia, ANCE in Togo and BARCIK in Bangladesh jointly set out to test a practical approach to mainstream gender in their work on natural resources management. This paper aims to share their insights and experiences so far in working with the approach.
Located in Library / Publications
Latin American and Caribbean chapter of Travelling Exhibit
In cooperation with IW-Learn a set of 10 different panels was produced with text in Spanish and English. Later a second set was printed with text in 4 languages: Spanish, English, Portuguese and French. The exhibit was launched at the 3rd biennial GEF IW Conference in Salvador, Brazil in June 2005. After that the exhibit travelled through the following countries of Latin America: Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Jamaica, Mexico, Bolivia, Panama, and Argentina, where it was displayed at several international conferences as well as at national and local events. During its display other activities like seminars, radio programmes, drawing competitions for children, essay competitions for students, were organised to raise awareness about gender and water. These activities strengthened the exhibit on display and managed to reach many people.
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building / Traveling Exhibit
Traveling Exhibit in Costa Rica
Located in GWA Activities / / Traveling Exhibit / Latin American and Caribbean chapter of Travelling Exhibit
Gender Mainstreaming in UN-Habitat "Water for Latin American and Caribbean Cities"
From 2010 until 2012 GWA and UN-Habitat cooperated to mainstream gender in the "Water for Latin American and Caribbean Cities" programme.
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building
LatinoSan 2007
Located in GWA Activities / International and global profile
World Water Week 2005
From 21 to 27 August the World Water Week took place in Stockholm. GWA Steering Committee member Mariela Garcia Vargas spoke at the opening session on "Working Partnerships and Combined Approaches for Improved Water and Sanitation Services for the Poor. Empowering Experiences in Cali, Columbia" ensuring attention for gender at one of the most important sessions of the week.
Located in GWA Activities / International and global profile
FileField trip to water supply collective in Chile, 2008
Field visit to Champa-Hospital Rural Water Supply Cooperative with GWA participants: Daniela Nogeira; Zelina Ibrahim; Marcia Brewster; Carmen Rojas; Doris Benavides; Linnette Vassell; and Gwendolyn Ledger Hermosilla, interpreter.
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water / Case studies
Gender and social water management in the Custepec river basin, Chiapas, Mexico
By: Laura E. Ruiz M., GWA, México, Source Bulletin November 2006
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water / Articles in Source Bulletin
GWA members engender Bolivia's water policy
By: Isabel Ascarrunz, Source Bulletin December 2009
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water / Articles in Source Bulletin
FileIncorporating a Gender Perspective in Rural Water and Sanitation Projects
This case study focusses on the experiences of an organisation (MUDE) in the Dominican Republic with mainstreaming gender in drinking water and sanitation projects. It describes the implications of gender on water policy and projects; the actions undertaken to assist the poor and women to address their problems with respect to water; the impacts of these actions, as well as conclusions and recommendations.
Located in GWA Products / Knowledge on gender and water / Case studies
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