Gender, Water and Development
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Water, Gender and Development: An Introduction: Tina Wallace, University of Oxford and Anne Coles, University of Oxford
Taking the Waters: Cosmology, Gender and Material Culture in the Appropriation of Water Resources--Veronica Strang is Professor of Social Anthropology, Department of Anthropology, University of Auckland.
The Role of Water in an Unequal Social Order in India--Deepa Joshi, Southampton University, and Ben Fawcett, University of Southampton
Naked Power: Women and the Social Production of Water in Anglophone Cameroon--Ben Page, University College London
Water Supply, Social Relations, Ethnicity and Livelihoods in central Sudan-Anne Coles, University of Oxford
Gender Mainstreaming in the Water Sector in Nepal: A Real Commitment or a Token?-Shibesh Regmi, Director, Actionaid, Nepal
The Challenge to Internations NGOs of Incorporating Gender
Tina Wallace, University of Oxford, and Pauline Wilson, freelance consultant to the NGO sector
Misunderstanding Gender in Water-Addressing or Reproducing Exclusion-Deepa Joshi, University of Southampton
Enabling Women to Participate in African Smallholder Irrigation Development and Design--Felicity Chancellor, Formerly Hydraulics Research, Oxon
Water and AIDS: Problems Associated with the Home Based Care of AIDS Patients on a Rural Area of Northern Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa--Anne Hutchings, University of Zululand and Gina Buijis, University of Zululand
Gender and Poverty Approach in Practice: Lessons Learned in Nepal
Umesh Pandy, NEWAH, Nepal , and Michelle Moffat, NEWAH, Nepal
Easier to Say, Harder to Do-Gender, Equity and Water-Sarah House, Chartered Civil Engineer, currently working as a Freelance Water / Public Health Engineer.
PortraitAnne Coles is Research Associate, International Gender Studies Centre, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford. Tina Wallace is Research Associate, International Gender Studies Centre, Queen Elizabeth House, University of Oxford. Senior Research Fellow, School of Business, Oxford Brookes.
Untertitel: 'Cross-Cultural Perspectives on'. English. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: BERG PUBL INC
Erscheinungsdatum: August 2005
Seitenanzahl: 256 Seiten