Course 4: NON-TECHNICAL ASPECTS OF ECOSAN
Unit 2: Social, Institutional and Gender Issues
Expected Study Load : 8 hours.
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After completing this unit, the student will:
- be aware of important interactions between sanitation and other relevant systems/sectors in society (e.g. health, education, political, institutional, etc.)
- know about aims and methods for hygiene education and for participatory methods to facilitate change (e.g. PHAST)
- understand the importance of awareness raising and stakeholder analysis
- recognise what gender awareness means in the context of ecosan and why it is important to consider separately the needs, barriers and desires for women and men and vulnerable groups with respect to access to safe water and sanitation.
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