The project trains national organisations in the skills for developing distinct narratives that can address different audiences, values and cultural identities. It will convert established testing methods (such as interviews, focus groups and surveys) into simple approaches that can be applied cheaply by any organisation, even in poorer countries. The project is conducted by CAN South Asia in collaboration with Climate Outreach and CAN International. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Globally, women are more vulnerable to the impacts of Water Management because of the different and unequal social roles and status. Women are assigned less role in water management and have less say in decisions in solving water issues. Women need to be involved at all levels in order to achieve gender justice in water management. They must have knowledge of the policies and activities of the Government and be enabled to take advantage of the benefits of such policies.
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Climate Action Network South Asia (CANSA), has been on the driving seat to pursue "climate change and development" issues both internally within the region and outside the region. It has been a great challenge as well as opportunity for CANSA to continue with a credible platform so that South Asian civil societies could come together and speak out on climate change issues.