This toolkit has been developed in response to an acknowledgement that although the lack of access to appropriate water, sanitation and hygiene services (WASH) is not the root cause of violence, it can lead to increased vulnerabilities to violence of varying forms. Incidences have been reported from a wide range of contexts, often anecdotally but with regular occurrence, with a number of targeted studies confirming the same.
The toolkit has been developed for use by WASH practitioners but will also be useful for gender based violence (GBV), gender, protection, health and education specialists. The key documents are four briefing notes and the associated checklists. These and other materials in the toolsets (case studies, checklists, videos, training scenarios etc.) are available for download at the toolkit website.
SHARE. Violence, Gender and WASH: A Practitioner’s Toolkit. (2014)
Violence, Gender and WASH: A Practitioner’s Toolkit