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Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability
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Gender in WASH: Communication and Sustainability

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WASH 2011 conference: Dustin Barter Gaetano Romano/Golam Morshed (Oxfam)

WASH 2011 conference: Dustin Barter Gaetano Romano/Golam Morshed (Oxfam)

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  • 1. Gender in WASH:<br />Communication and Sustainability<br />
  • 2. Presentation Overview<br />Communicating gender in WASH<br />By Dustin Barter<br />Case Study: Women’s WASH Platforms<br />By Gaetano Romano and Golam Morshed<br />
  • 3. Utilising Creative Media<br /><ul><li>Share narratives of action and change
  • 4. Show the real situation
  • 5. Open ended M&amp;E
  • 6. Humanise WASH processes
  • 7. Engage diverse audiences</li></li></ul><li>Location for Filming<br /><ul><li>Challenging for WASH implementation
  • 8. Remote
  • 9. Ethnic minority
  • 10. Limited infrastructure
  • 11. Minimal resources</li></li></ul><li>Benefits and Challenges<br /><ul><li>Foreground marginalised voices
  • 12. Inspiring change
  • 13. Complex/simple messages
  • 14. Unfamiliar with filming
  • 15. Time
  • 16. Less technical/numerical</li></li></ul><li>Gender and Sustainability:<br />Women’s WASH Platforms<br />
  • 17. WWP Objectives<br /><ul><li>Increase gender equity
  • 18. Empowering in decision making
  • 19. Shouldering responsibilities
  • 20. Address women&apos;s needs
  • 21. Women&apos;s leadership
  • 22. Promoting women&apos;s voices</li></li></ul><li>WWP Process<br /><ul><li>Group formation
  • 23. Analysis and planning
  • 24. Project implementation
  • 25. Monitoring and evaluation
  • 26. Learning and sharing
  • 27. Advocacy</li></li></ul><li>WWP Formation<br />Problem Identification &amp; Project Planning<br />Action <br />Water Source<br />Completed Project (Bathing Cubicle)<br />Happy Women <br />
  • 28. Involved women said:<br /><ul><li>“In the beginning we were confused, but now we are very confident”
  • 29. “We used to bath in alternate weeks, but now we bath every day with dignity and privacy”
  • 30. “We will continue our platform and have already started a saving group”</li></li></ul><li>Successes and Challenges<br /><ul><li>Confidence
  • 31. Management and judgment skills
  • 32. Social acceptance
  • 33. Mobility
  • 34. Non-traditional role of women
  • 35. Long-term sustainability</li></li></ul><li>Role of Women in Society<br /><ul><li>Do women have a specific role in society?
  • 36. How do women contribute to economic growth at different levels?
  • 37. What are the public profiles of women?
  • 38. Why do women usually run households?</li></li></ul><li>Gender Equals Sustainability<br />Women are normally users, managers and providers of water and sanitation services and hygiene improvements in their families and communities.<br />A WASH project is successful only when it is designed from a woman’s perspective, which leads to broader benefits for women.<br />
  • 39. WASH and Mobility<br />no time = no mobility<br />limited participation in civil society<br />and in decision making process<br />women overcharged<br />with tasks in WASH<br />input related to women needs<br /> is not met<br />
  • 40. Local Govt Role in WASH <br />National Min. of Rural Development Govt guidelines and policies<br />Province Prov. Departments <br />District District Integration Workshop<br />Commune Commune Councils<br />C. Development Plan<br />C. Investment Program<br />Village<br />
  • 41. Advocating role of WWP <br />National Min. of Rural Development<br />Province Prov. Departments <br />District<br />Commune Commune Councils<br />Village<br /> WWPs influence<br />
  • 42. WWP and advocacy<br /><ul><li>WWPs approach Commune Councils to promote WASH improvement
  • 43. WWPs prioritise woman&apos;s perspectives
  • 44. WWPs and Oxfam advocate for woman&apos;s WASH needs at the national level</li></li></ul><li>

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