There are many essential reasons why women should be more involved in a community water resources project. In order to have more women participation, we need to better understand the role women play and how access to water can improve not only their own development but expand to many other opportunities.
This small paper aims at giving some clues to increase women’s participation for decisions related to the management and maintenance of a collective good, the water supply infrastructure. See pdf: involving women
See also in the following document how concretely Inter Aide is integrating gender considerations into its approach, meetings and trainings with the communities. This tool is general recommandations and guidelines for animators. www.interaide.org/pratiques/sites/default/files/women_empowerment_sept_2014.pdf