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Women, water supply and sanitation

This slide series has four parts. Part one deals with the subject 'women and water'. As primary health carriers of water, women are most directly affected by water scarcity. Part two is about the women's groups in Yatenga. It shows how these women organised their everyday life. Part three covers the topic 'minimum evaluation procedure for water supply and sanitation projects'. The fourth part is about building small dams to preserve water, so the people will have water.

TitleWomen, water supply and sanitation
Publication TypeMiscellaneous
Year of Publication1986
AuthorsILO -Turin, IT, FAO -Rome, IT
PaginationSlide series (230 slides,4 booklets)
Date Published1986-01-01
PublisherMedoc Distribution, International Centre for Advanced Technical and Vocational T
Place PublishedTurin, Italy
Keywordsburkina faso yatenga region, dams, environmental impact assessment, water supply, women
Abstract

This slide series has four parts. Part one deals with the subject 'women and water'. As primary health carriers of water, women are most directly affected by water scarcity. Part two is about the women's groups in Yatenga. It shows how these women organised their everyday life. Part three covers the topic 'minimum evaluation procedure for water supply and sanitation projects'. The fourth part is about building small dams to preserve water, so the people will have water.

Notes4 volumes and 4 tapes
Custom 1121, 824

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