Supporting CSOs to assess climate change impacts and improve the service, gender and social inclusion outcomes of WASH programs

Our learning paper explains the concepts and thinking behind about how gender and social inclusion, WASH, and climate change are linked that informed the research project behind our Indonesia/Timor-Leste case studies and guidance notes.

Suggested Citation: Megaw, T., Kohlitz, J., Gero, A. & Chong, J. (2020). Understanding and responding to climate change impacts in inclusive WASH programs – a conceptual framework – Learning Paper. Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology Sydney.