Safe, adequate and sustainable water supplies for all!
What this course is about:
In the area of water resources management, an uncoordinated and sectoral approach has resulted in environmental degradation from overexploitation of water resources, inappropriate allocations among competing uses, inequitable distribution of benefits and burdens, and inadequate operation and maintenance of infrastructure. Inadequate involvement of both women and men has hindered programmes and projects aimed at addressing sustainability in water resources management. Community participation and management approaches have failed to address these issues, largely because communities are often seen as a collection of people with a common purpose. Throughout the developing world, the water and gender scenario is all too familiar: women labor to provide water for household needs while men make decisions about water resources management and development at both local and national levels. We believe projects, programmes and policies that address gender inequalities will enhance both water resources management and human development opportunities for both men and women.
An inclusive and co-operative water governance approach can facilitate the mainstreaming of gender at the sectoral level while taking into account the interrelated needs of multiple users. Involving both women and men in leadership and on decision-making bodies at all levels will improve water management and project performance and increase the likelihood of environmental, social and economic sustainability.
After the training the participants:
The training will serve as a guide to achieving gender mainstreaming in the projects related to water management. It will help the participants to integrate or mainstream gender concerns into the project cycle and to ensure that development interventions are gender-sensitive toward the successful implementation of development programs/projects. This training will also include guidance on identifying data needs for gender mainstreaming and the identification and development of gender-sensitive indicators while giving practical tips in assessing and evaluating the gender sensitivity of projects.
- Why a gender approach
- Black holes in community participation
- Traditional water management and gender roles
- Sustainable water management
- The gender approach
- The gender approach in action – examples from the field
- Mainstreaming the gender perspective in water resources management
- Benefits of gendered water management
Methodology of training:
The mixed-method approach will be used to inculcate the adult learning principles for the training. To make it highly innovative, the trainer will use lectures, discussions, group work, exercises and case studies. The training will be conducted in a friendly environment where the participants will be encouraged to bring forward their queries and share their thoughts and opinions. Participative practical activities will reinforce individual and group learning. The training will be evaluated at every day’s end to know the shortcomings/lacking and will be improved for the next day.
Who should participate?
WASH professional including managers, supervisors, officers.
Medium of Instruction:
Duration & Venue:
September 26 to 28, 2022
September 05, 2022
Early Bird Discount:
10 % discount will be offered if registered before August 25, 2022.
- Local Organizations USD 490
- International Organizations USD 590
- Other Countries USD 790
Residential Package is available at the venue hotel on payment of required charges.
Discount Policy: Group Discount (from same organisation):
On every three paid nominations from same organisation, one person (i.e fourth one) will be free of charge.
CRSM also offers this training for your organisation as an in-house event. This will be cost effective and customised for your organisation’s specific needs.
To discuss this, please contact CRSM representative at +92 321 55 65 072 or +92 316 58 87 783 or mail to email@example.com
How to be registered?
Download the registration form from the link below and send its soft copy to firstname.lastname@example.org our correspondent will contact you for further processing.
For Further Information, Please Contact:
Tel: +92 321 55 65 072 or +92 316 58 87 783Download Registration Form