Gender Incorporation in Large Scale Projects

Oxfam’s partner, the Center for Social Research and Development (CSRD), is organizing the final learning workshop with 50 participants from communities, people’s committee, Quang Nam women’s union, and hydropower company representatives in central highland in Vietnam on 25 March 2019 in Tam Ky capital.
In this workshop, CSRD highlighted their result of the work on Gender Impact Assessment in hydropower project related to environment, society and gender impact in Central Highlands areas. This workshop provided a good opportunity to lodge the recommendations and policies on managing impacts to determine the participation of communities, women’s groups and stakeholders to minimize the negative impacts of hydropower projects and promote the positive aspects of hydropower.

CSRD director presents an up-to-date about the overall “Gender Equality and Women Empowerment in dam affected communities” project and its implementation achievements.
The participants in the Learning workshop “Gender Incorporation in Large-scale projects – Hydropower Cases in Central and Central highland – Vietnam” on the GIA project held in Tam Ky of Quang Nam province.
CSRD’s publication documents lesson of Gender Impact Assessment in Hydropower projects in Vietnam.

Oxfam’s Inclusion Project funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) of the Australian government supports CSRD to enhance “Gender Equality and Women Empowerment in dam affected communities” along 3S Rivers (Sekong, Sesan and Srehpok) areas of the Central and Central Highland of Vietnam.

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