Dr Alison Parker, Cranfield Water Science Institute, talks about the importance of researching both men’s and women’s sanitation and hygiene needs when designing toilets.
Why Is Gender Analysis Vital When Designing Toilets?
|Publisher||Institute of Development Studies|
|Themes||Behaviour change, Design, nudges and cues, Gender, Gender transformative WASH|
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