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Inspiration – Case Studies
In this section, we highlight real case studies of WASH teams using the qualKit.
Investigation social and gender dynamics of youth clubs in DRC
This study collected micronarratives (207 in total) from 109 members of youth clubs in rural DRC using short semi-structured interviews.
Exploring the gender and social dynamics of water management committees in DRC
Using PRA, this study conducted eight single gender focus group discussions with members of four water user committees supported by the Budikadidi project in DRC.
Climate impacts on gender equality in WASH: A photovoice assessment
The study conducted an adapted photovoice activity with eight participants from Tashiding, Dagan in rural Bhutan.
Gendered experiences of latrine access and use in Zimbabwe
Using life histories, this research aimed to find the motivations and barriers to safe and sustainable latrine construction in rural Zimbabwe.
Micronarratives to investigate gender transformations for WASH staff in Cambodia
Using micronarratives, this research sought to understand what changes are occurring for staff members and the mechanisms towards this change. SMSU3 has sought gender-transformative change for beneficiaries, change agents and staff.
Photovoice to explore gendered experiences within WASH programs in Cambodia
Using photovoice, this research sought to understand what changes are occurring for staff members and the mechanisms towards this change. SMSU3 has sought gender-transformative change for beneficiaries, change agents and staff.
Women’s economic empowerment in New Ireland Province
The Live & Learn PNG project staff have been instrumental in organising and facilitating trainings for women in rural communities. The Provincial Council of Women and its respective Ward chapters have been engaged in the Project, helping to identify influential and active women in target areas to assist with mobilising women in the community and organising the trainings.
Strengthened organisational capacity to address WASH through gender equality approaches both at community levels and in WASH systems
In Timor-Leste, WaterAid’s project ‘Beyond Inclusion’ aims to create change towards ‘Gender Equality and Social Inclusion integration into effective national WASH systems’ (EOP Outcome 1) through collaboration with local women’s and other rights groups.
A disability-inclusive water, sanitation, and hygiene future for Bhutan
CASE STUDY - BhutanA disability-inclusive water, sanitation, and hygiene future for Bhutan SNV in Bhutan’s collaboration with Ability Bhutan Society (ABS) and Disabled People’s Organisation of Bhutan (DPAB) started in 2015. In the beginning, the partnership was...
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