Why Gender Matters: A Tutorial for water managers

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Publication Title

Why Gender Matters: A Tutorial for water managers

Publication Type

Tutorial

Author(s)

Publication Date

Mar 2006

ISBN-ISSN-EAN

Publication URL

Contact

Cap-Net, International Network for Capacity Building in

Integrated Water Resources Management,

Gender And Water Alliance, P.O. Box 114, 6950 AC Dieren, The Netherlands

Contents

Summary

The tutorial aims to show how addressing gender will improve efficiency of water use and environmental sustainability, as well as social benefits and equity from use of water resources. It also helps capacity builders to include gender issues in their training and educational programmes. It has been developed jointly by Cap-Net and GWA. It is also available on CD in English and Spanish with resource materials and references at: www.cap-net.org

Objectives: Assist water managers to address gender to improve water efficiency, environmental sustainability and social equity.

Target group for the course: water managers and capacity builders

Type of Material: Manual, Case studies, Exercises,Teacher notes

Designed Use: Self studies, Internet distance course, no required encounters.

Content

References

See also

Mainstreaming Gender in Water Governance: A Resource Guide

External Resources

Attachments

 Why Gender Matters.pdf

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