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FileImpacts of domestic water supply on gender and income: results from a participatory study in a drought-prone region in Gujarat, India
In this paper the value of an improved domestic water supply was investigated for economic development and gender relations in rural households in a drought-prone area. The extra income that women gain when the supply works and is used economically helps poor families to bridge the dry season. The findings support the view that rural poverty and the status of women would receive a significant boost if policy makers focused on providing employment opportunities for women along with improved water supplies
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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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Sanitation for the urban poor, partnerships and governance, IRC, 2008
IRC Symposium: Sanitation for the urban poor, Partnerships and Governance, 19-21 november 2008, Delft, The Netherlands
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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.
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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
FileReport of one day training workshop in Pakistan (2008)
Report of One day Training Workshop on “Role and Position of Women Farmers in Water Management” 29th August 2008
Located in Library / Reports
FileCall for action of WASH practitioners’ Marketplace and Fair, 2008
WASH practitioners’ Marketplace and Fair, 10 - 13 November 2008, Cox’s Bazaar, Bangladesh.
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South Asian Chapter of Travelling Exhibit
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building / Traveling Exhibit
FileRegional ToT workshop Gender mainstreaming in IWRM for the Bangla-speakers from the two Bengals
A Regional ToT in Bangla language was designed by GWA and held in collaboration with Pradan at CINI Chetana Resource Centre in Poilan in the outskirts of Kolkata, India, from November 25 to December 1, 2008. The ToT was meant to fulfill a long felt need felt by those working in this part of India and in Bangladesh for gender mainstreaming in IWRM. It was intended to assist participants with knowledge and the resources on gender as an organizing principle of water management. It was the first time that such a 'cross-border' linguistic initiative on gender and water was undertaken between the two countries. The report can be downloaded here.
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building / Training of Trainers
FileInternational ToT workshop for strategizing gender mainstreaming in water and sanitation management
From 11-17th of April 2007, Utthan People's Learning Centre for Water and Sanitation organised a international training of trainers for strategizing gender mainstreaming in water and sanitation management. This ToT was supported by GWA and took place in Bhavnagar, Gujarat, India. The complete report of the workshop can be downloaded here.
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