Water, as a natural resource, is a basic necessity of life. In recent years, it has been recognized that community participation, especially by women, is essential to the success of water and sanitation projects in poor communities of developing countries. This research therefore focused on an assessment of how the conscious consideration of gender issues has affected the outcomes of the Samari-Nkwanta Water and Sanitation Project (SWSP) in the South-western part of Ghana.The study revealed that the involvement of women and men from the initial stages of project to the end helps to enhance more equitable participation and responsibility sharing.
Poku Sam, Nana Ama Serwah
"Gender Mainstreaming and Integration of Women in Decision- Making: The Case of Water Management in Samari-Nkwanta, Ghana,"
Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women's & Gender Studies: Vol. 3:
1, Article 9.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.cortland.edu/wagadu/vol3/iss1/9