Today’s wH2O Launch Party at the Penn Women’s Center was a booming success. We are thrilled to announce the launch of the inaugural issue! Accompanied by the One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Bluegrass Band, we welcomed authors, editors, donors, and wH2O supporters for an afternoon of music, refreshments, and mingling. Make sure to check out our inaugural issue under the “Current Issue” tab. We will soon launch a feature that allows for commenting on individual submissions, so be sure to check back next week and share your comments!
- wH2O is a new initiative at the University of Pennsylvania that publishes an annual online, open-access academic journal and blog focused on gender and water/sanitation issues worldwide. Submissions for the Fall 2013 issue accepted until May 15th, 2013.
- Women, Water, and the Quest for Hope
- Empowering Girls Influences Health and Education Programming in Ghana
- Women, water and what it means to ‘have it all’
- Reflections on World Water Day: No women, No water, empowering women to manage water
- Celebrate Solutions:Safe Water and Toilets:The Foundation for Empowering Women
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- Women, Water, and the Quest for Hope | wH2O Journal on Interview with Barbara Goldberg from Wells Bring Hope
- wH2O Journal: Penn’s new journal on gender and water | CASI Student Programs on Women at Work: Day 2 of Women’s Preconference to the World Water Forum
- wH2O Journal: Penn’s new journal on gender and water | CASI Student Programs on Women’s Pre-conference to the World Water Forum: Day 1
- Ann E. Feldman, Ph.D. on Women and Water Conference at Penn April 9th, 2013
- wH2O: The Journal of Gender and Water « Strong Women, Strong World on Current Issue