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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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FileLearning Circle: Gender and Climate Change, CSW56, 2012
Nearly 150 participants joined in the Learning Circles on Gender and Climate co-hosted by the GGCA at the CSW56 in New York, 5 March 2012
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FileDECLARATION; Dynamic cities need women, 2007
Final declaration of the International forum: Dynamic cities need women, Brussels december 2007.
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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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FileRural Sanitation Evaluation, Cambodia (2012)
The Adventist Development and Relief Agency Cambodia (ADRA) has been operating in the water and sanitation sector for 18 years. ADRA's program has always involved hardware coupled with software interventions. However, the biggest criticism has been the reach and impact of the program on the poorest within communities and whether ADRA should incorporate the principles and methods of Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) more directly into the way ADRA's program operates. Therefore, ADRA commissioned this study to identify lessons learned from other programs and how and if these lessons and methods of implementing latrine programs should be considered for integration into ADRA's program.
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An interdisciplinary journal on water, politics and development.
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UN Women is the United Nations organization dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women. This website tracks progress of gender equality within legal systems.
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UN-Water has created a portal to view maps, tables, and charts on indicators, at either country or global level, as well as additional geographic information. Selected indicators from the UN-Water Task Force on Indicators, Monitoring and Reporting are displayed.
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This key issues guide is based on BRIDGE’s two year Gender and Climate Change Programme, which was run in collaboration with partners based in Paraguay, Nigeria, Kenya, India, Colombia and Germany – and a global community of practice. The website presents some key gender and climate issues.
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Realisatie door Four Digits op basis van Plone.