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Discussion, Q&A / Обсуждение: вопросы и комментарии

Discussion, Q&A / Обсуждение: вопросы и комментарии

Q. from @Zhaniya Khaibullina to @Nozila: "Has the migration of men any influence on water governance?"

Q. from @Zhaniya Khaibullina to @Nozila: "Has the migration of men any influence on water governance?"

Answer from @Nozila: "migration has a great impact as mentioned in the presentation, migration triggered women to take water management jobs such as becoming mirobs"

Q. from @Zarema Akhmadiyeva to @Nozila: "My question is that how much women in that region where you had survey are ready to take a part in decision making on water use? What are the reail obstacles behind: bureaucratic obstacles, cultural norms? Do women have willingness to take a part?"

Q. from @Zarema Akhmadiyeva to @Nozila: "My question is that how much women in that region where you had survey are ready to take a part in decision making on water use? What are the reail obstacles behind: bureaucratic obstacles, cultural norms? Do women have willingness to take a part?"

Answer from @Nozila: "dear Zarema there various cases, there are many women who want to own a farm and become a decision maker in farming, however there are issues related with access to land and also access to financial inputs, quality seeds and water."

From @Matraim Jusupov : In Central Asia, due to the mentality, women do not come to decision-making meetings on water use, water distribution, where the majority of men (father-in-law, husband, older brothers). However, in rural farming families, these issues are discussed in a narrow circle.

From @Matraim Jusupov : In Central Asia, due to the mentality, women do not come to decision-making meetings on water use, water distribution, where the majority of men (father-in-law, husband, older brothers). However, in rural farming families, these issues are discussed in a narrow circle.

From @Nozila: Dear Matraim it could be the case in many places however they should be provided opportunities to Express their opinions. For example appoint a women or wua staff or member as to gather opinions of women and be a representative.

From @Matraim Jusupov : In Central Asia, due to the mentality, women do not come to decision-making meetings on water use, water distribution, where the majority of men (father-in-law, husband, older brothers). However, in rural farming families, these issues are discussed in a narrow circle.

From @Nozila: Dear Matraim it could be the case in many places however they should be provided opportunities to Express their opinions. For example appoint a women or wua staff or member as to gather opinions of women and be a representative.

From @Matraim Jusupov : Therefore, because of decency, modesty and responsibility, our women strictly observe national traditions concerning the relations of men and women. It is necessary to fix in almost all NPAS related to agriculture and water management, such measures that should:

1) lead to the recognition of women as independent water users and ensure their access to water use rights regardless of land ownership. This involves strengthening women's leadership role in water policy and decision-making, and supporting their membership in water management institutions such as the water users Association;

2) overcome multiple forms of gender discrimination while ensuring access to and control over productive resources such as water and land, assets and services. This involves identifying constraints that prevent different groups of women from gaining access to water resources, such as social and gender patterns and the balance of power in the community, and helps to address these constraints;

3) improve water services to meet the needs of the poorest segments of the population by initiating reforms that will ensure access to water for poor families in rural areas, with special NPAs-legal acts.

Q. from @Mahzuna Bozorova to @Nozila: "As you mentioned, in many countries of Central Asia most part of farmers are men, householders - naturally, women. But I think this tendency is noticed not only in Central Asian countries, but around the world (for comparison)?!"

Q. from @Mahzuna Bozorova to @Nozila: "As you mentioned, in many countries of Central Asia most part of farmers are men, householders - naturally, women. But I think this tendency is noticed not only in Central Asian countries, but around the world (for comparison)?!"

Answer from @Nozila : Dear Mahzuna yes you are right there are many countries where women are involved in kitchen gardening. like Nepal or India

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