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(From BBC Monitoring International Reports)
Seogwipo, 30 March: Female environment ministers from around the globe gathered on South Korea's southern resort island of Cheju to seek ways to enhance the role of women in making decisions on water policies. The meeting entitled "Women, Water and Sanitation" was held on the sidelines of the eighth Special Session of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), which had kicked off Monday [29 March] for a three-day run.
About 200 people, including some 30 female environment ministers and representatives of international bodies, took part in the event to talk about the significant role …