To mark International Women’s Day we spoke to two leading lights in the water sector on Women and Water.
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To mark International Women’s Day we invited Hon. Dinesh Gunawardena, Ministry of Water Supply and Drainage, to tell us how his ministry is addressing gender issues in the water sector.
To mark the occasion we’ve put together a picture feature from southeast Nepal, where the out-migration of male farmers means many women are now heads of the household – and in charge of the farm.
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Photo credit: Jim Holmes/IWMI
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