Training on Gender Analysis

The United Nations World Water Assessment Programme has developed an innovative training programme on the topic of sex-disaggregated water data collection and analysis. The training consists of six macro-modules, which will equip trainees with both theoretical and practical knowledge on a range of relevant topics. One will gain understanding on e.g. the intrinsic interconnections between gender issues and water, gender-related concepts, the WWAP Gender Toolkit, data collection, and how to apply these concepts to practice. 

This capacity building training is especially addressed to officers and is tailored to be country- or region-specific. It aims to integrate sex-disaggregated indicators into national strategies, and to improve the use of gender statistics and related analysis for informed adaptation of related water policies and strategies. This will promote the availability of sex-disaggregated water data availability and allow monitoring of regional trends and progress towards the Agenda 2030 achievements.

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