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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
Located in Library / Articles
FileDECLARATION; Dynamic cities need women, 2007
Final declaration of the International forum: Dynamic cities need women, Brussels december 2007.
Located in Library / Conferences
News and publications from the International Water and Sanitation Centre.
Located in Library / Weblinks
FileBrief commenting on AusAID's draft strategy on water, sanitation and hygiene in January 2009
This brief was written by GWA Chair Sara Ahmed for the ANU media department, commenting on AusAID's draft strategy on water, sanitation, and hygiene.
Located in GWA Activities / Advocacy and Policy influencing
Gender Mainstreaming in the UN-Habitat "Water for African Cities" Programme
In the second phase of the UN-Habitat "Water for African Cities Programme", GWA has assisted UN-Habitat in developing and implementing the gender mainstreaming strategy in the seventeen African cities that participated in this programme. GWA facilitators in each of these cities supported the organization of stakeholder platforms who together with utilities, civil society organizations, government departments and residents, developed comprehensive city Rapid Gender Assessment Reports. This process led to the development of work plans for most of the cities, which have the scope for actual change on the ground for many poor women, children and men.
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
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.
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building / Training of Trainers
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
Gender Audit of WSP South-Asia
GWA was contracted by WSP to implement a gender audit of the organisation in three South Asian countries: India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
Located in GWA Activities / Advocacy and Policy influencing
Gender Mainstreaming in UN-Habitat "Water for Asian Cities" and "Mekong Water and Sanition Initiative" programmes
From 2009 until 2011 GWA together with the Mekong River Commission (MRC) assisted UN-Habitat in Mainstreaming Gender in two of their Asian programmes: The Water for Asian Cities Programme" and the "Mekong Water and Sanitation Initiative".
Located in GWA Activities / Capacity building
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