@dannyogwoactive 8 months, 1 week ago
I really acknowledged your comment on willingness to participation and your question on how we can develop a gender sensitive communication for advocacy?
Like in Africa, we cannot come out to say gender equality but gender equity (fairness) due to cultural and traditional norms.
My major concern is on empowering the women gender…[Read more]
Dear Lilliana and colleagues,
What specific actions can be taken to fulfill the mandates of Lima Work Programme on Gender?
1. Advancing active and not passive balanced gender participation and promotion of gender sensitive climate change development.
2. Improve gender active participation at the national, state and local government levels…[Read more]
That is a wonderful input and I wish to agree with you. Women capacity development is very crucial to their full participation in the irrigation and water management. Even if it only 10% women representation “skilled and technical experts” they men will be looking for their input and advice. An adage said “two good health is better than…[Read more]
In my community Abiriba Abia State, South East, Nigeria, outside the public water supply that are not regular, individuals dogged boreholes and reticulated outside their homes to supply to the community as means of water intervention in different social groups. Some individuals pay about 0.03 cents to fetch a 20Liters of water from those selling.
Comment on the gender issues identified by the project.
The gender issue identified in the IFAD – supported participatory Irrigation Development Programme (1997 – 2007) in the United Republic of Tanzania includes;
1. Improved women participation in the irrigation development which translates to concentration mainly on the needs of the people, who…[Read more]
Why are integrity and anti-corruption some of the least addressed areas in the governance of sanitation sectors and services? Here follow some guiding questions with the aim to start a valuable exchange of opinions:
The reason why integrity and anti-corruption is least addressed in water and sanitation sector governance is because…[Read more]
Benefits of privatization of water services
From the Nigeria contest, Is more money for the profit making company and improve services delivery at the detriment of the poor urban slums.
The disadvantages are enormous ranging for impoverishing the vulnerable rural population, low income earner with the larger family size most time, shrinking of…[Read more]
I, am Iroegbu, Daniel I have participated in designing workplace policy on gender mainstreaming of HIV/AIDS were some indicators were drafted.
As a member of Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council (WSSCC), participated in strategic plan development on water and sanitation, gender and disabled inclusion.
Gender indicators includes
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Participating in this online course Gender Mainstreaming and IWRM will help to improve implementation of inclusive water programs
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