It was reported by Habitat (UNCHS) in 1995 that in Tanzania a group of women from both Dar es Salaam and Dodoma implemented their own survey in order to measure women's participation vis a vis men within human settlements. With the support of Women Advancement Trust, an NGO, they have used the survey to negotiate with local authorities. Similarly, in Zambia, women realized that they were the ones doing all the community work, especially fixing roads and communal water sources. They decided to remedy the situation by involving the men in the manual work as well as ensuring that women were represented in the community council. In Uganda, the women have been demanding that men be involved in community building. They also demanded training for women in construction skills and the recycling of waste.