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Women unite against all odds in one of Delhi, India’s most polluted neighbourhoods

Women in India’s capital Delhi bear the responsibility of fetching water for their family. Often, this can take time away from other activities that would earn them more money. But at the base of one of Delhi’s landfills, women are working together to support one another in the hopes that their children will have a better future.


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WIN Partner feature: Gender-Rising Water!

Effective gender-responsive programming in the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene or what is better known as the WASH sector can contribute […]


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Call for Blogs

WIN is calling for short blogs that capture the different nuances of gender, participation, and the fight against corruption across […]


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January 2019 – Sector Round Up

2019 is off and rolling, and moving into the new year, common threads – inclusion, participation, gender equality – are […]