Gender inequalities occur at every stage of a woman’s
life, from her childhood to her old age. That is why it
is so important to pay attention to the special needs
of women with regard to the right to water and to the
sanitary sewage in the different phases of their lives.
It is fundamental to note that gender inequality in
access to water and sewage services also affects other
human rights, such as women’s right to health, security,
adequate housing, education and food.
Created by: Instituto Trata Brasil, in partnership with BRK Ambiental and with the support of UN Global Compact Network Brazil
Publication: December, 2018
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