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Gender and Water
The present report is organized into 6 chapters that discuss gender concerns in different water sectors as they presently exist and the role of the network and its demand charter. It discusses the gender issues in the water sector as a whole taking an overview of all the sectors, gender issues in the irrigation sector. It also includes discussion on issues in the domestic water arena i.e. issues of the drinking water and sanitation sector and the issues in the watershed sector and the gender concerns within that. It articulates the gender position that the Network needs to take and also proposes a tentative charter of demands. The report looks at the role of the WWN and proposes a broad action programme for the Network for the coming years.

(Women and Water Network and SOPPECOM, 2006)

Rs. 75/-

Gender Rights and Alternative Resource Use
This is based on a short study and provides information on different alternative practices in land and water management.
Hindola: Vastav Parityaktanche (Marathi documentary film)
This is a documentary which tries to capture different issues around desertion and struggles that have emerged around it in Maharashtra. The documentary was made as part of the study on desertion jointly done by Women’s Studies Centre; University of Pune and SOPPECOM. The documentary has been written and directed by Anil Sapkal and Vidya Kulkarni

Taluka-Level GIS Database on Watershed Development Programmes: Karnataka, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh
The Forum for Watershed Research and Policy Dialogue (ForWaRD) has been formed by SOPPECOM, GIDR and CISED to initiate a rigorous, multi-disciplinary, multilocational action-research and policy analyses programme, in collaboration with selected practitioners. Rs. 500/-

A Short Study on Sustainable Resource Use Practices for Development of Wastelands: GENDER RIGHTS AND ALTERNATIVE RESOURCE USE
   
   
 
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