Mainstreaming Gender in Water Governance: A Resource Guide

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Mainstreaming Gender in Water Governance

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Online Resource Guide

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Authors: UNDP, SIDA

The Gender and Water Resource Guide has been developed to assist practitioners in mainstreaming gender within the context of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM). The mainstreaming of gender is critical to reach the Millennium Development Goals as well as the Johannesburg Plan of Implementation. The resource guide consolidates available materials and gives a quick guide to accessing existing information. UNDP and its partners will aim to continually update the guide in order to keep abreast of new materials, information and concepts.

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See also

Gender in Water Management

Why Gender Matters: A Tutorial for water managers

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