Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) is an important entry point to contribute to gender equality and other forms of inclusion (e.g. disability). WASH projects affect gender relations in a community whether it is intentional or not. The effectiveness and sustainability of WASH programs is enhanced when there is an explicit focus on gender equality and wider inclusion. While many of us already know this, integrating gender and inclusion strategies into WASH programs and monitoring their progress towards change can be a challenge. The GWMT is designed to assist this process.
Preparatory Training: Gender and WASH Monitoring Tool (GWMT): A Sample Trainer’s Guide
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