3 edition of Gender issues in water and sanitation found in the catalog.
Gender issues in water and sanitation
|Statement||by Joke Buringa and Lham Tshering.|
|LC Classifications||Microfiche 95/62403 (T)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||134|
|LC Control Number||95904650|
Water crisis and sanitation challenges faced by poor people around the world are described elaborately in this book. Contents: Preface Water and Sanitation Assessment Water, Sanitation and Community Development Hygiene Promotion Strategic Issues in Water, Environment and Sanitation Gender Issues in Sanitation Sector Human Rights Issues in Author: Ramesh Chandra, Ritu Aneja. The job of providing water for the household invariably falls on women, often at the expense of their education, income-earning opportunities and social, cultural and political involvement. This book aims to unpack the key elements of the WASH–gender nexus, examine these and recommend ways ahead for improved gender outcomes and WASH impact in.
What is needed to make water and sanitation systems truly gender-responsive? This issue brief shows how the promotion of gender-responsive water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) can be a catalyst for change across the Agenda for Sustainable Development. It equally provides insights into how the synergies between WASH and gender equality can be harnessed more effectively. Looking Ahead - Sustainability and Transferability For future projects, it is important to remember that: Gender mainstreaming in itself is not a panacea for solving water and sanitation problems.
Without the full attainment of the Human Right to Water and Sanitation, the right to all other resources is not possible. Revealing this evidence is one of the goals of the campaign The Hidden Life of Water, driven by the Foundation: many times we do not see the life provided by water and sanitation, and gender equality is an essential part of it.. Women will be the most benefitted by the full. Gender Equality and Sustainable Development calls for policies, investments and initiatives in sustainable development that recognize women’s knowledge, agency and decision-making as fundamental. Four key sets of issues - work and industrial production; population and reproduction; food and agriculture, and water, sanitation and energy.
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An excellent documentation of work on gender relations in the water and sanitation sectors. Shares various field experiences and fills Gender issues in water and sanitation book knowledge gap It is good suggestive book for practitioners, students, academics, policy makers and all those with an interest in water, sanitation and hygiene sector.
Gender Issues in Water and Sanitation Programmes, covers broad concepts – water and sanitation and their relationship with women. -- The Business Line Published On: An excellent documentation of work on gender relations in the water and sanitation sectors/5(3).
The chapters that follow highlight in a short summary form experiences of mainstreaming gender at various levels in the water and sanitation sector. It begins with a discussion on gender responses to policy and its requirement for analysis and clear policy objectives to guide operations.
Gender in Water and Sanitation 7 Gender in Water and Sanitation highlights in brief form, approaches to redressing gender inequality in the water and sanitation sector. It is a working paper as the Water and Sanitation Program and its partners continue to explore and document emerging practice from the field.
This book adds the important issue of gender and hygiene also. Gender Issues is divided into three sections. Section one provides a conceptual overview of gender in the water and sanitation sector in India. The second section provides case studies involving women in the water sector and discusses women’s participation, roles and voices.
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Gender Guidelines in Water Supply and Sanitation. Manila, Phillipines, Asian Development Bank Water and sanitation issues in relation to sexual and reproductive health across the female lifespan. The Persistence of Gender Inequality by Mary Evans Polity Press Book Review by Ines Smyth As the book jacket states, The Persistence of Gender Inequality is a ‘wide-ranging and elegantly written book’.
It centres around two main areas of concern. The first is the focus of the initial section of the book, and relates to the inequalities of the old and. Read "Gender Issues in Water and Sanitation Programmes Lessons from India" by available from Rakuten Kobo. Exclusion and inequitable access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services and opportunities are major concerns t Brand: SAGE Publications.
book provide evidence on how a gender-sensitive approach to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) can improve equal access to water and sanitation facilities. This gender lens entails a better understanding of practical approaches to increase meaningful participation of women in planning, designing and implementing WASH interventions.
Handbook on Gender and War. edited by Simona Sharoni, Julia Welland, Linda Steiner and Jennifer Pedersen, Edward Elgar, Reviewed by Aaliyah Hussain. The Handbook on Gender and War is an important and very welcome collection of specially commissoned contributions, bringing together an impressive array of feminist scholarship on gender and war that communicates the existing body of.
Inadequate drinking water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) pose critical health risks to all children, but have additional implications for the health, psychosocial well-being and mobility of women and girls.
This document, Gender Issues Sourcebook for Water and Sanitation Projects, was well received and was approved for publication. The Council's request that another sourcebook be prepared, for the policy level, has given rise to this volume.
The Sourcebook for Gender Issues at the Policy Level looks at. Addressing the needs of females in relation to water, sanitation and hygiene is a key driver in achieving gender equity and locking the potential of half of global society.
Girls in Kuma Garadayat, North Darfur, celebrate the inauguration of their new school as part of the six development projects in the areas of education, sanitation, health. A timely and welcome addition The book, documenting both quantitative and qualitative information on gender issues.
-- Social Change, * Volume 47 (Issue 1), March * An excellent documentation of work on gender relations in the water and sanitation sectors. full and equal participation in all aspects of water and sanitation sectors is taken into account.
The challenge and added value of this meeting was to explore ways to bridge the gap between conceptual or theoretical comprehensions of gender issues and everyday grassroots realities of differential access to and use of water and Size: KB. Sourcebook for gender issues at the policy level in the water and sanitation (English) Abstract.
This sourcebook looks at how gender issues flow from the sector principles set forth at the Dublin International Conference on Water and the Environment; introduces the topic of gender issues at the policy level, presenting a historical overview Cited by: 6.
The involvement of women in economic activity in water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) in Indonesia is increasing, and yet this is the first study to examine empowerment in this context.
Gender, Water and Poverty 39 Gender, Sanitation and Hygiene 48 Gender, Domestic Water Supply and Hygiene 54 Gender and Water Privatisation 62 Gender, Water and Agriculture 69 Gender, Water And Environment 79 Gender and Fisheries.
Gender in Water and Sanitation highlights in brief form, approaches to redressing gender inequality in the water and sanitation sector.
It is a working paper as the Water and Sanitation Program and its partners continue to explore and document emerging practice from the field. Gender issues sourcebook for water and sanitation projects (English) Abstract.
The sourcebook is meant to provide a variety of tools to development practioners who are trying to implement gender sensitive projects in the water and sanitation sector. The tools will help with the process of gender analysis and with incorporating the Cited by: Get this from a library!
Gender issues in water and sanitation programmes: lessons from India. [Aidan A Cronin; Pradeep Kumar Mehta; Anjal Prakash;] -- Exclusion and inequitable access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) services and opportunities are major concerns to development practitioners.
The job of providing water for the household.The rain-fed areas in the semi-arid tropics are characterised by low and erratic rainfall, severe land degradation, low crop yields and high poverty. Watershed programmes are recognised as a potential engine for agricultural growth and sustainable development in rain-fed areas (Wani et al., ).
The success and sustainability of watershed programmes are directly related to.