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03/02/2014

Climate changes increasing workload on women

Auteur : Millennia2015

Source : Tribune

 

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Climate changes increasing workload on women

Tribune

 

“The lack of fresh water has severely affected the people, especially women,” said Sikandar Brohi of the Participatory Initiatives. “Give them fresh water and they'll start walking on the path to development eventually.”

 

Shirkat Gah, women's  resource centre, launched its report on ‘Climate Change and Women' at a seminar titled ‘Gender Dimensions of Climate Change in Sindh' which was attended by environmentalists, politicians and members of the local communities.

 

 

=> Direct link to the article here: http://tribune.com.pk/story/638456/climate-changes-increasing-workload-on-women/

 

 

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