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    Enhancing Gender Visibility in Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change in the Caribbean. CASE STUDY: Water and Sanitation in Rural Communities in Jamaica

    Vassell, Linnette. 2009. Enhancing Gender Visibility in Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change in the Caribbean. CASE STUDY: Water and Sanitation in Rural Communities in Jamaica. Barbados: United Nations Development Programme.

    Topics: Environment, Climate Change, Environmental Disasters, Gender, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Americas, Caribbean countries Countries: Jamaica

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    Women at the Helm of Irrigated Agriculture in Mexico: The Other Side of Male Migration

    Buechler, Stephanie. 2005. “Women at the Helm of Irrigated Agriculture in Mexico: The Other Side of Male Migration.” In Opposing Currents: The Politics of Water and Gender in Latin America, edited by Vivienne Bennett, Sonia Dávila-Poblete, and María Nieves Rico, 170-189. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

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    Topics: Displacement & Migration, Migration, Gender, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Americas, North America Countries: Mexico

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    Incentives and Informal Institutions: Gender and the Management of Water

    Cleaver, Frances. 1998. “Incentives and Informal Institutions: Gender and the Management of Water.” Agriculture and Human Values 15 (4): 347–60.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Economies, Economic Inequality, Gender, Women, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Zimbabwe Keywords: incentives, informal institutions, policy and organizations

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    The Invisible Water Managers

    Dankelman, Irene, and Joan Davidson. 1988. “The Invisible Water Managers.” In Women and Environment in the Third World, 29–41. London: Earthscan Publications Limited.

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    Topics: Gender, Women, Health, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, International Organizations Regions: Africa, East Africa, West Africa, Americas, South America Countries: Brazil, Burkina Faso, Kenya

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    Irrigation Management, the Participatory Approach, and Equity in an Andean Community

    Delgado, Juana Rosa Vera. 2005. “Irrigation Management, the Participatory Approach, and Equity in an Andean Community.” In Opposing Currents: The Politics of Water and Gender in Latin America, edited by Vivienne Bennett, Sonia Dávila-Poblete, and María Nieves Rico, 109-122. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Gender, Gendered Power Relations, Patriarchy, Gender Equity, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Americas, South America Countries: Bolivia

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    Women, Equity, and Household Water Management in the Valley of Mexico

    Ennis-McMillan, Michael C. 2005. “Women, Equity, and Household Water Management in the Valley of Mexico.” In Opposing Currents: The Politics of Water and Gender in Latin America, edited by Vivienne Bennett, Sonia Dávila-Poblete, and María Nieves Rico, 137-153. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Development, Gender, Gender Roles, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Americas, North America Countries: Mexico

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    Women Are Weak When They Are Amongst Men’: Women’s Participation in Rural Water Committees in South Africa

    Hemson, David. 2002. “‘Women Are Weak When They Are Amongst Men’: Women’s Participation in Rural Water Committees in South Africa.” Agenda: Empowering Women For Gender Equity 52: 24–32.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Development, Gender, Women, Gender Roles, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: South Africa

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    Community and Participation in Water Resources Management: Gendering and Naturing Development Debates from Bangladesh

    Sultana, Farhana. 2009. “Community and Participation in Water Resources Management: Gendering and Naturing Development Debates from Bangladesh.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 34 (3): 346–63.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Class, Development, Economies, Economic Inequality, Environment, Gender, Women, Men, Masculinity/ies, Femininity/ies, Gender Mainstreaming, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equity, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Bangladesh

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    The Connection between Gender and Water Management

    Zwarteveen, Margreet and Vivienne Bennett. 2005. “The Connection between Gender and Water Management.” In Opposing Currents: The Politics of Water and Gender in Latin America, edited by Vivienne Bennett, Sonia Dávila-Poblete, and María Nieves Rico, 13-29. Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press.

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    Topics: Civil Society, Gender, Gender Roles, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation, Rights, Women's Rights

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    Gender, Class, and Access to Water: Three Cases in a Poor and Crowded Delta

    Crow, Ben, and Farhana Sultana. 2002. “Gender, Class, and Access to Water: Three Cases in a Poor and Crowded Delta.” Society & Natural Resources 15 (8): 709–24. doi:10.1080/08941920290069308.

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    Topics: Class, Economies, Economic Inequality, Gender, Gender Roles, Gender Analysis, Infrastructure, Water & Sanitation Regions: Asia, South Asia Countries: Bangladesh

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