Webinar: A self-assessment tool for improved Gender Equality and Social Inclusion; 17 March 2022 09:00 - 10:00hrs GMT

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Webinar: A self-assessment tool for improved Gender Equality and Social Inclusion; 17 March 2022 09:00 - 10:00hrs GMT

Do you want to improve your water, sanitation and/or hygiene (WASH) programme’s Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) policy and practice?

There is overwhelming evidence that an intentional focus on gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) is key to sustainable and effective WASH programming.

Co-hosted by Water for Women and the Sanitation Learning Hub, this event will introduce the Towards Transformation in WASH GESI self-assessment tool. A guide for reflecting on your practice to strengthen GESI in WASH programming and research, as well as in your organisation. Register to attend. 

What we will cover:
• What is the SAT tool?
• How is it used?
• Why is it so valuable to GESI in WASH?
• Reflections on using the tool
• Q&A

We will share the recording with all registrants after the webinar.
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Re: Webinar: A self-assessment tool for improved Gender Equality and Social Inclusion

I'm interested to know more about Gender Equality in the era of COVID19 pandemic. I have a specific set of questions:  do men and women experience differences in coping up with their responsibilities at the homefront  when either of them or the  family members are sick? Specially in  the developing countries, do women carry more burden when somebody is sick at home? does she get all the resources needed? When women are hospitalized are their special sanitation and other needs are looked after?
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Re: Webinar: A self-assessment tool for improved Gender Equality and Social Inclusion

Hi Deepthi, 

Thanks for your questions. This isn't a topic that we would be covering in this webinar but hopefully I can help direct you to some useful resources. 

Specifically on gender equality and Covid:  https://www.unwomen.org/en/digital-library/publications/2020/09/gender-equality-in-the-wake-of-covid-19

Broadly on social science and Covid:  https://www.socialscienceinaction.org/emergency/covid-19-pandemic/

Specifically on WASH and Covid:  https://sanitationlearninghub.org/resource/sanitation-programmes-throughout-and-beyond-the-covid-19-pandemic / and  https://sanitationlearninghub.org/resource/how-wash-programming-has-adapted-to-the-covid-19-pandemic/

On Gender, Covid and WASH, Water for Women have some great resources:  https://www.waterforwomenfund.org/en/learning-and-resources/learning-and-resources.aspx?_mid_=6528

Thanks and I hope these are useful. 

Alice
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Hi everyone, 

In case you missed it, you can find the webinar recording here:



You can download the tool here:  https://sanitationlearninghub.org/resource/gender-equality-and-social-inclusion-self-assessment-tool/

If you find this useful, we'd love to know. You can reply on here or email us on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Alice
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