|Title||Women, water supply and sanitation (WWSS)|
|Year of Publication||1991|
|Authors||Turin, ITILO-, IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Domingo, DOINSTRAW-S, UNDTCD -New York, NY, US|
|Pagination||4 vol.: fig., cassettes, slides, tab., and transparency texts|
|Publisher||United Nations International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Wpmen (INSTRAW)|
|Place Published||Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic|
|Keywords||cab92/6, checklists, communication, community participation, curricula, evaluation, health education, monitoring, planning, sanitation, technology, tp29, training, training courses, water supply, women's work|
Final version - five modules - Module I : The International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade (IDWSSD) and Beyond - Module II : Participation of women in planning, choice of technology and implementation of sustainable water supply and sanitation projects - Module III : Role of women in hygiene education and training activities for water supply and sanitation projects - Module IV : Involvement of women in management of water resources, water supply and waste disposal - Module V : Evaluation and monitoring of water supply and sanitation programmes and the involvement of women. - [Slide-sound Presentations] - Women and water ; Women's group in Yatenga ; Minimum evaluation procedure (MEP) (isn 3519) ; Barring the way to water - [Videos] - Prescription for health (isn 4766) ; Water for Africa (isn 4768) The final version of the INSTRAW training package first drafted in 1986. It is aimed at: a. senior officials of ministries of Education, Health, Planning, Public Affairs, development planners and provincial water authorities in charge of water supply and sanitation technologies; and b. representatives of NGOs, including women's organizations, which are active in water supply and sanitation projects and programmes. The training package focuses on: a. involving women in planning, choice of technology and implementation of sustainable water supply and sanitation projects; b. involving women in management of water resources, water supply and waste disposal; and c. incorporating into projects an adequate training component, evaluation and monitoring programmes. Each modular unit is supplemented with audiovisual support material, such as transparencies, sound slide packages, as well as additional reading; bibliography; key issue checklists for groupwork; evaluation forms for participants; and a trainer's guide. The package is also available in French (see isn 12373).