The COVID-19 pandemic affected the entire globe and unfolded the most challenging health risks and economic burdens on communities, women, men and children, who were already on the margins.
Reshamben, Manguben and Naseemben, strong women leaders of Vanita Shakti Mahila Sangathan and Ekta Mahila Sangathan, have always argued that government ration shops under the public distribution system should purchase all essential foodgrains from the local area, to the extent possible.
This document is an educational booklet on water management, published by Utthan, which works towards empowering women's groups to seek clean and adequate quality of water for all.
The booklet provides background information on water as an important natural resource and the importance of protecting and maintaining the quality and quantity of this natural resource.
The details have been explained in a manner that is simple and understandable and include illustrations that are self explanatory and easy to follow.
The booklet is divided into the following sections:
This document is an educational booklet on sanitation and hygiene published by Utthan, which works towards empowering women's groups to seek clean and adequate quality of water for all.
The booklet includes the details of seven steps that can be undertaken to attain sanitation and hygiene. The details have been explained in a manner that is simple and understandable and includes illustrations that are self explanatory and easy to follow.
The seven steps include:
- Use and protection of water sources
- Managing drinking water
Water for production - Women in decentralised irrigation systems in Maharashtra - Issues and recommendationsposted 12 years ago
This policy brief has been jointly prepared by the Society for Promoting Participative Eco-system Management (SOPPECOM), Utthan and the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) and includes the findings of a study that attempted to understand the overall context and implications of women's participation in the irrigation sector.