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There is decades of evidence of the disproportionate impact of WASH on women and girls, but relatively few women at the decision-making table. Learn about the gender equity approaches applied by CARE and RANO WASH in Kenya, Ethiopia and Madagascar

TitleGender equality in WASH systems: the why and the how
Publication TypePresentation
Year of Publication2022
AuthorsAkinyi, D, Ayele, M, Rasamoelina, H, Rokoto-Harisoa, R
Corporate AuthorsCARE Ethiopia, Kenya, CARE, RANO WASH Madagascar
Date Published10/2022
PublisherGovernment of Ghana, IRC, UNICEF
Place PublishedAccra
Publication LanguageEnglish

Presentations of Gender Equity Approaches in Action in Kenya, Ethiopia and Madagascar.

Presentation shared by Dorothy Akinyi, CARE Kenya, Manyahlshal Ayele, CARE Ethiopia, Harisoa Rasamoelina and Rodolphe Rokoto-Harisoa RANO WASH Madagascar, at the All Systems Go Africa symposium 19-21 October 2022.

  • Under thematic area 6: Excellence and acceleration of WASH governance and service delivery systems in Africa

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