Water Solidarity France- Kyrgystan
Women as drivers of change
20.04.2015 | WECF Project
|Donors:||Water Agency Artois-Picardie, St Omer Municipality, UNDP-GWS, Jety-Gus, Rayon, Natracare, local villagers.|
|Partners:||WECF and KAWS|
|Issues:||water & sanitation; gender & rights|
|Duration:||09/2014 - 10/2016|
This project contributes to give access to drinking water for families and ensures a sustainable participative water management through women’s empowerment.
With the help of community based participation, this project supports the rehabilitation of water systems in An-Oston village, Issyk Kul region, Kyrgyzstan.
With the help of the Water Agency Artois-Picardie and the Municipality of St. Omer the project ensures rehabilitation of the water supply system and direct home connexion for 225 households. Access to water not only improves the hygiene of these families but also frees up time for education and other income-generating activities. A community based water management committee will be put in place with strong involvement of women, who will be trained in different domains.
SDG6: Leave no-one behind
Stakeholder consultation on water and sanitation in Bokonbaev, Kyrgyzstan
Onsite wastewater treatment: hands-on-workshop in An Oston, Kyrgyzstan
A hands-on-workshop on wastewater treatment was organised in An Oston to give villagers the capacities to manage their waste water.
Women2030: Women’s leadership in the Agenda 2030
Central Asian Workshop, February 26 – 27, 2017, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Empower Kyrgyz women in using green technologies – Support the ecological transition!
Active Kyrgyz women are building a sustainable and eco-friendly resource centre as little actions can make great things happening. Take part in these changes!
Taking Responsibility for their own Wastewater Treatment
A new step for the villagers of An Oston, Kyrgyzstan
WECF publishes analysis of CEDAW Reports on Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and South Africa
The WECF report analyses the existing legislative barriers to gender equality which obstruct women’s empowerment and gender parity. The research is based on the reports each country submitted to the Committee of the Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW).
Water Solidarity Kyrgyzstan-France
WECF and KAWS at World Water Day in Saint Omer, France - 22 March 2016
Sustainable and Safe Water for An-Oston – A community takes responsibility for its water supply
A historical day for An-Oston: the community based drinking water users union (CDWUU) general assembly agreed unanimously on its new water tariff of 35 KGS/m3 on February, the 1st, 2016.
"Germ free hands and happy smiling faces at Kyrgyzstan kindergardens"
Handwashing Day in the village of Bokonbayev
Teach a woman how to harvest, and her family and community will benefit for a lifetime
WECF's EWA programme “Empower Women, Benefit for All” in rural Kyrgyzstan leads to women empowerment, income generation for women and improved living standards
07.08.2015 | Carmen Chan