Gender and Social Inclusion: Do No Harm Resources

December 2019

These resources aim to help collective understanding and practice of ‘do no harm’ as part of strengthening inclusive sanitation and hygiene processes.

The Water for Women Fund sees an intentional focus on ‘Do No Harm’ (DNH) approaches as a critical way of supporting an ethical approach to inclusion. This includes addressing the risk of backlash that comes with supporting representation and decision-making of women and marginalised groups to ensure that no one is left behind in sanitation and hygiene programming.

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PublisherWater for Women Fund
CountryNepal
ThemesBehaviour change, Challenging contexts, Gender, Leave no one behind, Social marginalisation, Social norms
LanguageEnglish

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