Gender analysis of Manchar Lake water degradation in Sindh Province, Pakistan

Crawford Research Seminar


Dr Joyce Wu, Crawford School, ANU.


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Friday, 28 April, 2017 - 12:00 to 13:00

For centuries, the people around Manchar Lake, Pakistan, have relied on the freshwater lake as a source of livelihood. Due to poor irrigation planning and management, the lake is now highly polluted, which has wide ranging effects: the loss of livelihoods for women and men; women’s decreased mobility; and child labour and the gap between boys’ and girls’ education.

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