Working Effectively With Women And Men In Water, Sanitation And Hygiene Programs, Resource guide
This guide provides ideas about how to make WASH approaches more sensitive and responsive to the views, status, needs and responsibilities of both women and men. It is designed to be used at the same time as other WASH guidance material, as well as improve and build on existing WASH approaches. The material in this guide has been drawn from research undertaken in Vanuatu and Fiji. The research looked into the positive social and gender outcomes for women and men associated with a number of WASH projects. These WASH projects had taken specific steps to promote women’s and men’s active involvement in activities and in deciding their community’s development goals.