A gender-inclusive approach in practice: communal sanitation. WSUP Practice Note

Abstract

Women and girls suffer disproportionately from the effects of poor sanitation and lack of access to clean water. Through the example of establishing communal sanitation facilities in Maputo (Mozambique) and Naivasha (Kenya), this Practice Note illustrates how WASH service provision can be approached in a way that fosters inclusion, promotes equality, and places the concerns of women and girls at the centre of programme planning and implementation. [English and Portuguese versions available]

Citation

Drabble, S.; Namburete, D.; da Câmara, R. A gender-inclusive approach in practice: communal sanitation. WSUP Practice Note. WSUP, (2014) 2 pp.

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