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ANNEX 3G Community Solid Waste Management – Numbers of Male / Female Workers at Secondary+Tertiary Level and Adm



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ANNEX 3G Community Solid Waste Management – Numbers of Male / Female Workers at Secondary+Tertiary Level and Adm


City

Municipality

Entreprise (1)

Enterprise (2)

NGO (1)

NGO (2)

Men

Women

Women

Men

Women

Men

Women

Men

Women

Men


Blitar

Technical





























Administration































Management
































Solo

Technical































Administration





























Management
































Denpasar

Technical































Administration































Management































Banjarmasin

Technical































Administration































Management

































Payakumbuh

Technical





























Administration































Management
































Jambi

Technical































Administration





























Management































Annex 4
Pilot workshop: Gender and poor-inclusive approaches


Introduction - During phase 1 of the Program a pilot workshop took place with members of the Sanitation Pokja, other representatives from the relevant departments of the city administration and the staff of a NGO (BaliFokus) on mainstreaming of gender and social equity in the City Sanitation Strategy of Denpasar.

Purpose and objectives - The purpose of the workshop was to pilot a method to introduce gender and poor inclusive approaches to Pokja members which could be replicated as part of the regular Pokja training during the sanitation mapping stage of the Program. As a result of the workshop Pokja members would have a better understanding, and gained basic skills to identify and assess ongoing sanitation and hygiene improvement activities and opportunities at community level. The objectives were:


      • to get practical understanding of the concepts of gender and social equity (that is, equal opportunities, benefits and burdens for women and men and for poor people) and the relevance of these concepts for ISSDP;
      • to build consensus on the mainstreaming of gender and social equity in the whole ISSDP programme, that is, to ensure that in all components and activities that involve people, the opportunities, benefits and burdens are equitably divided between women and men, and that poor women and men are treated equitably in terms of their access, contributions and benefits;


      • to apply the gender and poverty mainstreaming to the main programme components of ISSDP.

Concepts and operationalization - The workshop was opened by Head of Bappeda Kota Denpasar (Ir. A.A Bagus Sudharsana, M.Plg). Thereafter the participants formulated what they expected to gain from the workshop in terms of contents and methods. The outcomes are summarised in the table below and showed that most of participant are very interest to follow the workshop, because they don’t know much about gender.

Summary of Objectives & Expected of Participants

No.

Objectives/Tujuan

Expected/Harapan

1.

To understanding about Gender Mainstreaming and activity with gender perspective in development of City Sanitation Strategy

Gender mainstreaming and equity should be insert in all SKPD = Satuan Kerja Perangkat Daerah.

2.

To understanding about gender and social equity in environmental management and environmental sanitation program

Women should be involve in every training and have opportunity and voice in discussion and decision making meeting.

3.

To understand about gender and social equity for the development of a sanitation strategy which is more useful for the community


Gender mainstreaming and social equity should be socialization for community and become important point in development of city sanitation activity.

4.



To change behaviour of community on sanitation through gender approach, in order to be more active in environment sanitation program implementation such as SANIMAS.

5.




Gender mainstreaming and equity should be inserting in public work agency activities, especially sanitation.

6.




To change opinion of community on solve sanitation problems from “their problems” to “our problems” (private, family, community and institution)

7.




There is more stable and solid cooperation among SKPD or local government agencies.

8.




There is more stable about roles and responsibilities of women, men and children in their family  gender perspective




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