Transgender-inclusive sanitation: insights from South Asia - blog

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In its April 2018 issue, the Waterlines Journal is publishing an article documenting efforts to include transgender people in sanitation programmes in South Asia. It focuses on equitable access to toilets. It provides an introduction to transgender identities in South Asia, case studies of trans inclusion in sanitation initiatives from India and Nepal, and advice for practitioners, including recommendations that are both specific to sanitation, and of general relevance to practitioners in other fields.

Read this blog published in Medium and written by the Department for International Development (DfID) providing an overview of the artcile, also including an overview of DfID's work on LGBT inclusion more broadly.

Photo: Shrouded in Mystery — Roehan Rengadurai

Date: 4 April 2018
Region: 
Country: 
India,
Nepal