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Navigating Gender in Development of Water and Sanitation in Urban Areas – A Rapid Gender Assessment of the Cities of Bhopal, Gwalior, Indore and Jabalpur in Madhya Pradesh (India)
This publication has been brought out in partnership with Mahila Chetna Manch, an NGO based in Bhopal (India). It forms the basis of gender mainstreaming strategy for water and sanitation initiatives in these four project cities.
The assessment highlights the critical need for gender disaggregated data in water supply and sanitation services and the importance of gender-sensitive indicators and gender audits to properly inform water and sanitation policies and strategies.
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