International Waters learning Exchange & Resource Network

The document library includes a wide array of outputs from projects (reports, presentations, case studies, terms of reference) as well as other content of interest to GEF International waters. Project managers and GEF International Waters staff are invited to give their feedback or submit case studies, ToRs, or other documentation to be included in the document library (info@iwlearn.org)

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Filter: Gender Mainstreaming
04 Mar 2021 - report - English Integration of Gender Mainstreaming into Basin Wide Integrated Water Resource Management and Development (GM-Basin Wide IWRMD)
Integration of Gender Mainstreaming into Basin Wide Integrated Water Resource Management and Development (GM-Basin Wide IWRMD) ) was commissioned by the Secretariat of the Orange-Senqu River Commission (ORASECOM) with technical and financial suppo...
03 Mar 2021 - other - project: 9607 - English Gender Mainstreaming Strategy of the MedProgramme
The MedProgramme represents a pioneering effort, being the first GEF programmatic multi-focal initiative in the Mediterranean region, aiming to operationalize agreed-upon priority actions to reduce major transboundary environmental stresses in its...
03 Mar 2021 - outreach-material - project: 1252 - English Mainstreaming gender in Large Marine Ecosystems
This advisory note provides practical recommendations on how to integrate gender considerations into Large Marine Ecosystem projects.
08 Dec 2020 - report - English Conjunctive Water Management: A powerful contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals
In the framework of UNESCO’s Intergovernmental Hydrological Programme (IHP), and the GEF IW-Learn 4 project a number of meetings attended by water sector professionals were organized in order to explore and discuss Conjunctive Water Management. Th...
28 Jun 2020 - publication - project: 9909 - English [LME:LEARN Policy Brief] Gender Mainstreaming: Improvement of Livelihoods in Coastal Fishing Communities
To be successful, initiatives aimed at the betterment of lives and the environment must recognize women’s frequent roles as primary land and resource managers and weigh the different ways women and men consider conservation and sustainable use inc...
22 Apr 2020 - newsletter - project: 4932 - English [GEF IWEco] IWEco:Link - Volume 2, Issue 4 (December 2019)
In this issue: Conserving Cuba’s Rich Biodiversity through the IWEco Approach; IWEco Promotes Citizen Science – for Engagement, Education and Monitoring; Quarry Rehab Initiative Ventures into the Private Sector – The IWEco:TT and Carib Glassworks ...
27 Mar 2020 - publication - English Practice Guide to Auditing United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Gender Equality
This practice guide aims to help auditor plan a performance audit focusing on a central and transforming aspect of the 2030 Agenda: Gender Equality. Sustainable development is not possible without gender equality and women's empowerment. Recognizi...
27 Mar 2020 - publication - English Women as Change-Makers in the Governance of Shared Waters
This paper targets an audience of policy-makers, practitioners and researchers who are interested in taking action, policy and research further on these topics. It combines a survey of the literature with a collection of case examples describing h...
27 Mar 2020 - workshop - English IW:Learn project 2016-2019: Water and Gender Component
Selected References and Information documentos for the IW:Learn project 2016-2019: Water and Gender Component. (Published in 2017)
27 Mar 2020 - presentation - English Twinning on Sex-Disaggregated Water Data
Women play a central role in the provision, management and safeguarding of water. Making a case for gender mainstreaming in GEF International Waters: Learning Exchange and Resource Network (IW:LEARN) activities means to provide a learning example ...
27 Mar 2020 - publication - English Water Resource Management and Gender
Many programmes fail to recognise differences between men and women with regard to their demands on, access to and control over water resources and capacities. This reduces the ability to better understand and appropriately address water issues. T...
27 Mar 2020 - publication - English Global Network Policy: Gender Policy Statement
The objective of this policy statement is to ensure that WWF’s conservation policies, programmes and activities benefit women and men equally and contribute to gender equity, as part of WWF’s broader commitment to strengthen the social dimensions ...
27 Mar 2020 - publication - English Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Planning
The audience may include government officials; people directly engaged in adaptation, and local development; and those who will become master trainers and planning facilitators. The manual assumes that readers will already have skills in facilitat...
27 Mar 2020 - report - English Overview of Resources on Gender-Sensitive Data Related to Water
This report presents the results of a literature review on gender and water with particular emphasis on sexdisaggregated data and gender indicators. It provides an inventory of sex-disaggregated data produced or published between 2008 and early 20...
26 Mar 2020 - publication - English Questionnaire for Collecting Sex-Disaggregated Water Data
This questionnaire is Tool No. 4 of the Gender Toolkit – an output of the UN WWAP UNESCO Project on Gender-Sensitive Water Monitoring, Assessment and Reporting. (Published in 2015)
26 Mar 2020 - publication - English Gender Responsive and Inclusive Conservation: Learning, Reflection and Future Direction
This document is a historical accumulation of WWF’s efforts in mainstreaming the issues of gender and social inclusion in conservation in order to enable more equitable use, access, control and decision over natural resource management. This publi...
26 Mar 2020 - publication - English Guidelines on How to Collect Sex-Disaggregated Water Data
This project will produce a comprehensive methodology for gender-disaggregated data gathering and will yield the first-ever set of sex-disaggregated data on topics such as women’s water empowerment and participation in waterdecision-making. The pr...
26 Mar 2020 - report - English Sex-Disaggregated Indicators For Water Assessment, Monitoring and Reporting
Prepared by the United Nations World Water Assessment Programme, this Report seeks to tackle information gap on water and gender, by exploring a series of indicators and methodologies on how to collect sex-disaggregated water data. Together, our f...
26 Mar 2020 - report - English Lessons Learnt from Gender Impact Assessments of Hydropower Projects in Laos and Vietnam
The World Commission on Dams’ influential final report linked equitable and sustainable water and energy development, and the need for hydropower dam proponents to recognize rights, address risks, and safeguard the entitlements of all groups of af...
26 Mar 2020 - report - English Report of the Special Rapporteur on the Human Right to Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation
The Secretariat has the honour to transmit to the Human Rights Council the report of the Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation, prepared pursuant to Council resolutions 16/2 and 21/2. In the report, the Specia...

 

 

 

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