Partnered with iDE Cambodia and Thrive Networks Cambodia Water for Women Projects
Partnered with SNV Nepal Water for Women Project
Partnered with WaterAid Timor Water for Women Project
Partnered with Plan Indonesia Water for Women Project
Team and partners
Selected Project Components
Inclusive WASH Workforce
qualKit: Exploring GESI Change
Piloting of the WASH-GEM tool in Cambodia and Nepal started last year and has already provided invaluable insights into ways the tool, and associated processes, can be improved.
ISF piloted the women in the WASH workforce research approach in Cambodia at the Commune and District levels with partner East Meets West Foundation (EMW).
Interesting and thought-provoking conversations took place at the first Water for Women Fund Learning Event which took place in Bangkok in March 2019.
This synthesis of recent studies compiles literature and practical experiences of Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) working with women in WASH enterprises in Cambodia.
The international development sector is aware that multiple sources of disadvantage and discrimination impact peoples’ lives, and that marginalisation is magnified when these overlap and intersect.
To meaningfully contribute to women’s empowerment, development programs need to support transformation of the economic, political and social structures within which women in all their diversity live.
Transformative development requires women in all their diversity to have opportunities to lead and have their voices heard.