The manual is the result of a workshop held in Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka where 18 participants from 7 Asian countries worked on region-specific guidelines for gender approach.
|Title||Together for water and sanitation : tools to apply a gender approach : the Asian experience|
|Year of Publication||1994|
|Secondary Title||Occasional paper series / IRC|
|Pagination||xii, 107 p.: boxes, fig., ill.|
|Place Published||The Hague, The Netherlands|
|Keywords||administration, bangladesh, bhutan, cab94/5, community participation, evaluation, gender, guidelines, india, manuals, men, monitoring, nepal, philippines, planning, sanitation, sri lanka, sustgen, training, water supply, women, yemen|
The manual is the result of a workshop held in Mount Lavinia, Sri Lanka where 18 participants from 7 Asian countries worked on region-specific guidelines for gender approach. Part I gives a theoretical framework about women's involvement and applying a gender approach. Part II provides tools to apply a gender approach based on consolidated field experience for the various phases of a project. Although most tools are for use in the field, some are meant for gender sensitization of project staff.
|Custom 1||202.1, 302.1|
|Original Publication||Mejor, cuando es de a dos : el genero en los proyectos de agua y saneamiento, Gender in community water supply, sanitation and water resource protection : a guide to methods and techniques, La politique du genre dans l'hydraulique villageoise, l'assainiss|
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