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“We, Women are Water” Statement on COVID-19

In the midst of so much uncertainty, we have been able to regain the value of connections, collective care and…

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We, Women are Water 2020: Women for the Rivers of Life

Villa Montes, located in El Chaco, Bolivia, is an area known for oil and gas production, an industry that has…

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We, Women are Water 2020: The Guapinol women challenging mining extractivism

The region of Colón in Honduras hosts 11 percent of the country’s mining concessions. At the beginning of 2012, the…

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We, Women are Water 2020: We the Challapata women resist, defending our water

In the municipality of Challapata in the Avaroa Province of the Oruro region, Bolivia, is the Tacagua freshwater dam, which…

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We, Women are Water 2020: The El Burro wetlands in the ¨land of water¨

The city of Bogotá, with its 7.5 million inhabitants, has been built mainly on wetlands and ecological corridors. The El…

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GAGGA Newsletter #4: The Confluence of Women and Water

Across the globe, women are intensely involved in the provision, management, restoration and safeguarding of water resources. Based on their…

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Women in El Salvador are ensuring the recognition of water as a human right

  In the municipality of Suchitoto, in El Salvador, women are playing a key role in water management and water…

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Women farmers fight for clean water and hazardous waste clean-up in Lakardowo, Indonesia

Litter and industrial wastewater are inundating Indonesia’s rivers, contaminating the primary source of both water and subsistence for millions of…

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Women at the Frontlines Against Destructive Dams

  What does a just and clean energy system look like? There are a lot of exciting possibilities, but one…

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