The report gives an overview of the major points raised during an e-mail conference on gender and community-based urban waste management, involving over 200 participants.
|Title||Gender and waste : integrating gender into community waste management : project management insights and tips from an e-mail conference, 9-13 May 1998|
|Publication Type||Conference Report|
|Year of Publication||1999|
|Authors||Scheinberg, A, Muller, M, Tasheva, EL|
|Secondary Title||UWEP working document|
|Place Published||Gouda, The Netherlands|
|Keywords||checklists, community level, economics, financing, gender, planning, research, sdigen, sdisan, solid wastes, urban areas|
The report gives an overview of the major points raised during an e-mail conference on gender and community-based urban waste management, involving over 200 participants. Topics are: gender and waste characterization; gender factors in waste management; gender and economics, and gender in the community. Based on the discussion, the report provides planning tips and a checklist for gender analysis in solid waste projects, and an agenda for research and project development.
|Notes||8 ref. Includes list of discussion participants and contact points|
|Custom 1||302.1, 343|