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Capacity building, training and coaching

Capacity building for Gender Mainstreaming at all levels (from Govt. departments, engineers and technical staff, LGI staff, NGOs, and grass-roots user groups) is a core need in the water sector. Consequently this is a focus of the GWAPB and is recognised as the only way to go from ‘lip service’ to effective implementation at field level. The GWA approach is one of participatory and shared learning, building on the knowledge that technical specialists already have about the significance of Gender Mainstreaming.
FileReport of the Capacity Building Workshop for Selected Professionals: Gender and IWRM I
The first Gender and IWRM workshop of GWAPB was held on 18 – 22 May 2014, at BRAC CDM, Savar, Dhaka.
FileReport of the Trainers’ Workshop on Gender and Water
A ToT titled “Trainers’ Workshop” was orgaized for the Short Term Experts on 8-11 September 2014 at Dhaka.
FileReport of the Capacity Building Workshop for Selected Professionals: Gender and IWRM II
The second Gender and IWRM workshop of GWAPB was held on 130 November to 3 December, 2014, at BRAC CDM, Rajendrapur, Dhaka.
FileReport: Capacity Building Workshop for Selected Water Professionals:Gender Action Plan for DWASA
GWAPB conducted a training titled "Capacity Building Workshop for Selected Water Professionals:Gender Action Plan for DWASA". This event took place on 5 and 6th August, 2015. Total 20 participants attended the programee.
FileBangladesh Workshop for Women 2030- Gender Monitoring of SDGs
This 2 day workshop was organized by the Gender and Water Alliance- Bangladesh (GWA-B) for explaining and planning partners’ activities in the EU-funded Women2030 project in Bangladesh for the coming years.
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