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Lessons from South Africa: exploring the critical link between rural women and water resource management
By Carla Ackerman (Dynamic Development CC), Alinda Nortje (Free to Grow (Pty) Ltd), Toni Belcher and René Ngwenya (Dynamic Learning Spaces), Source Bulletin December 2009
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FileMainstreaming Gender in South African Sanitation Programmes: A Blind Spot or Common Practice?
The linkages between women, sanitation and health and hygiene practices are strong, abundant, diverse and often self-evident. Yet the gaps in policy documents are not confined to government. The case study describes gender and sanitation in practice and why poor sanitation affects women most. Of course also the way forward is dealt with.
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Gender in Integrated Rural Water Supplies and Sanitation Programme in Zimbabwe
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FileSummary of case studies used in "Gender in Court"at 3rd World Water Forum
The case studies focus on four key aspects: the beneficiaries: men and women; the implementers at community level: CBOs and NGOs; the institutions and the policies.
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FileSouth Africa: Women in Sanitation and Brick Making Project, Mabule Village
Case study from the Resource Guide on Gender and IWRM on gender, capacity building and sanitation and hygiene.
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FileZimbabwe: The initiative on gender mainstreaming in water and sanitation projects through the well sinking programme
Case study from the Resource Guide on Gender and IWRM on gender and domestic water supply.
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FileZimbabwe: Gender mainstreaming in water supply and sanitation in Manzvire Village, Chipinge District
Case study from the Resource Guide on Gender and IWRM on gender, water supply, sanitation and hygiene.
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FileAn analysis of sanitation policies in Southern Africa: The case of Gender Policies in Sanitation in South Africa, Zambia & Zimbabwe
South Africa, Zambia and Zimbabwe rank 88, 129 and 107 respectively in the global gender related development index. This generally reflects the low status given to gender with respect to access, control and ownership of economic resources and decision-making positions. Therefore, more work has to be done to ensure that gender imbalances among men and women, rich and poor are addressed adequately. Case study by Mulenga Martin, Manase Gift and Fawcett Ben of WEDC
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