2008 was declared by the General Assembly of the United Nations as the
International Year of Sanitation (IYS).
This is the story of Asmin who lives in a small village in Bangladesh and how she installed a latrine for her family.
This is a story of involving women in solid waste management in Sri Lanka.
An example of successful outcomes from forming women's and children's groups to create hygiene awareness and lower the pollution of the canals.
Water and sanitation investment projects are empowering
women and creating a significant impact on gender relations in rural Pakistan.
Dr Pathak provides a detailed overview of the sanitation problems and the low cost technologies that the Sulabh Sanitation & Social Reform Movement has pioneered.
This publication focuses
on the importance of mainstreaming gender into the sanitation sector.
This study examines the
impact of gender approaches in Nepal to ensure participation from women and men
in water resources management.