COVID-19 & Gender

COVID-19 and Gender

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The COVID-19 pandemic and its implications are not gender-neutral - our actions must be gender-responsive!

On this webpage, you can find the most relevant documents, practical tools and useful links on gender-related issues in the COVID-19 context. The webpage will be regularly updated with new content. In case you stumble upon a relevant item to be included, please get in touch with your SDC Gender Unit. 


Please also consult the other SDC Sharewebs for more thematic information and resources on COVID-19!

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This series, produced in partnership with Devex, Facebook and WFP, is...
This series, produced in partnership with Devex, Facebook and WFP, is designed to create a better understanding of the gender-related issues highlighted by the current pandemic and to share important lessons learned about how data can help inform better responses to the current crisis.
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There is already an unsettling amount of information on GBV occurring...
There is already an unsettling amount of information on GBV occurring against the backdrop of the COVID-19 outbreak. It is also becoming increasingly clear that many of the measures deemed necessary to control the spread of the disease are not only increasing GBV-related risks and violence against women and girls, but also limiting survivors’ ability to distance themselves from their abusers as well as reducing their ability to access external support. In addition, it is clear from previous epidemics that during health crises, women typically take on additional physical, psychological and time burdens as caregivers. As such, it is critical that all actors involved in efforts to respond to COVID-19 – across all sectors – take GBV into account within their programme planning and implementation. The majority of the resources contained on this page relate to COVID-19 and GBV risk mitigation across sectors. For additional resources on COVID-19 and GBV specialized services, please visit the GBV AoR website.

This new addition to the GBV Guidelines Knowledge Hub provides practitioners with key resources to support the integration of GBV risk mitigation into COVID-19 response.
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This page brings together resources, tools, and advocacy activities r...
This page brings together resources, tools, and advocacy activities relevant to those working to transform masculinities and engage men and boys for gender justice during times of COVID-19.
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UN Women has been closely following the political and economic respon...

UN Women has been closely following the political and economic response to COVID-19 and how it is impacting women and girls. We are working with partners to deliver a more accurate picture of the gender dimension to the response so that it can be more effective for women and girls.

Collaboration with WHO

UN Women and WHO join forces to bridge the gender data gap and provide latest available data on COVID-19 cases by sex and age. As more gender data is produced and disaggregated, we will make it available here

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This series, produced in partnership with Devex, Facebook and WFP, is designed to create a better understanding of the gender-related issues highlighted by the current pandemic and to share important lessons learned about how data can help inform better responses to the current crisis.
 
There is already an unsettling amount of information on GBV occurring against the backdrop of the COVID-19 outbreak. It is also becoming increasingly clear that many of the measures deemed necessary to control the spread of the disease are not only increasing GBV-related risks and violence against women and girls, but also limiting survivors’ ability to distance themselves from their abusers as well as reducing their ability to access external support. In addition, it is clear from previous epidemics that during health crises, women typically take on additional physical, psychological and time burdens as caregivers. As such, it is critical that all actors involved in efforts to respond to COVID-19 – across all sectors – take GBV into account within their programme planning and implementation. The majority of the resources contained on this page relate to COVID-19 and GBV risk mitigation across sectors. For additional resources on COVID-19 and GBV specialized services, please visit the GBV AoR website.

This new addition to the GBV Guidelines Knowledge Hub provides practitioners with key resources to support the integration of GBV risk mitigation into COVID-19 response.
 
This page brings together resources, tools, and advocacy activities relevant to those working to transform masculinities and engage men and boys for gender justice during times of COVID-19.
 

UN Women has been closely following the political and economic response to COVID-19 and how it is impacting women and girls. We are working with partners to deliver a more accurate picture of the gender dimension to the response so that it can be more effective for women and girls.

Collaboration with WHO

UN Women and WHO join forces to bridge the gender data gap and provide latest available data on COVID-19 cases by sex and age. As more gender data is produced and disaggregated, we will make it available here

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The COVID-19 pandemic has marked the year 2020 and keeps the world at...

The COVID-19 pandemic has marked the year 2020 and keeps the world at bated breath. This ongoing crisis is not gender neutral and has different impacts on women and men. Below are new publications on this topic.


The UN Women publication “From insights to action: Gender equality in the wake of COVID-19” summarizes the data, research and policy work produced by UN Women on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on women and girls, including how it affects extreme poverty, employment, health, unpaid care and violence against women and girls. The report further shows that the pandemic has widened gender and economic inequalities and stresses, and without gender-responsive polices, the COVID-19 crisis threatens hard-won gains. The publication also brings into focus the lack of gender-disaggregated data and appeals for larger investments in and prioritization of data on the gendered effects of the crisis.


The UN Women brief “COVID-19 and ending violence against women and girls: COVID-19 and violence” highlights emerging evidence on the COVID-19 global pandemic’s impact on violence against women and girls. The brief specifies that globally, 243 million women and girls have been subject to sexual or gender-based violence (SGBV) by an intimate partner in the past year. This existing SGBV crisis is likely to worsen in the COVID-19 context. The brief makes recommendations for all sectors of society to consider, from governments to international organizations to civil society organizations, to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls at the onset, during and after the public health crisis, with examples of actions already taken. It also considers the economic impact of the pandemic and its implications for violence against women and girls in the long term.


Another UN Women publication, “Spotlight on gender, COVID-19 and the SDGs: Will the pandemic derail hard-won progress on gender equality?”, presents the latest evidence on the gendered impact of the pandemic, highlights potential and emerging trends, and reflects on the long-term impact of the crisis on the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This publication provides a snapshot of key facts about the topics Sustainable Development Goals and COVID-19. The report also shows that the current crisis is pushing millions of people into extreme poverty. Furthermore, it clearly outlines that the crisis is not gender neutral. The report ultimately stresses that more gender-disaggregated data are needed to show the impact of the crisis more precisely. 


The OECD policy brief “Covid-19 – Women and girls on the frontline” focuses on how to ensure that a gender lens is well-integrated into COVID-19 response, recovery and prevention efforts in development cooperation. The report emphasizes that 70% of health professionals are women, and that women in general face higher risks of both income loss and violence or abuse in the current crisis. In addition, it draws attention to the adaption of existing policies and practices during this pandemic. Polices and action should balance emergency response on the one hand and long-term development on the other. A gender-sensitive approach is also necessary to prevent the exacerbation of existing gender inequalities.

New release in the area of access to finance

Equal access to finance for women and men is globally an issue. Please find a new publication about new entry point and good practices: 

In partnership with the Swiss Agency for Development & Cooperation (SDC), Roots of Impact undertook a feasibility study to explore the opportunity for using SIINC and other Impact-Linked Finance tools to catalyze gender-inclusive FinTechs, focused on furthering women’s economic empowerment and gender equality. In this study the Gender Inclusive FinTech Fund (GIFF) was introduced as a compelling solution for enabling inclusive FinTech companies to be more gender transformative and motivate inclusive ones to become gender focused. It reformats a traditional structured fund with a clearer outcomes orientation from the onset (using a blended structure, from what I understand). For more details you can have a look at the executive summary here.

New releases on gender and data

As already shown above, gender-disaggregated data are necessary to develop gender-sensitive polices, a gender-equal crisis response and sustainable development. Women Deliver has released new developments in the working paper “Advocating for a stronger evidence base for gender equality: An analysis of gender data and knowledge gaps”. This publication is based on desk research and identifies more than 150 gender data and knowledge gaps across nine thematic areas. The desktop research shows some data gaps in the following topics: youth, male and community engagement; the impact of women’s leadership and movements; the emerging role of technology and innovation; private sector and donor responsibilities; the effect of migration and forced displacement; legal frameworks; and the need for cost-benefit analysis. Additionally, the working paper stresses that an intersectional perspective is needed for a sufficient police response, meaning that data should also be collected from other categories, such as age, social status and ethnicity. In conclusion, the following can be said: an expansion of gender- disaggregated data is needed to advance gender equality efforts. 


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Africa Gender Innovation Lab [1.2 MB]
The below studies highlight evidence from the Africa Gender Innovatio...
The below studies highlight evidence from the Africa Gender Innovation Lab and other promising research on mechanisms that can help protect the lives and livelihoods of women and girls—at the household level, in firms and farms, and during adolescence—in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. While these interventions focus on improving economic and social outcomes for women, many of them also have positive impacts for men. In addition to the below strategies, all operations should consider measures to reduce potential violence against women.
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IASC [395 kB]
This Interim Guidance by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee highligh...

This Interim Guidance by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee highlights the importance of integrating the protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) into the response to COVID-19. As with any emergency, PSEA prevention and response should be a central part of coordinated humanitarian action. The crisis does not create new responsibilities; rather, PSEA actions during the COVID-19 pandemic should strengthen existing PSEA commitments to protect and assist people receiving humanitarian assistance.

The Guidance recommends action lines to reduce risks, strengthen prevention, establish safe and accessible reporting channels, provide support and protection, and increase coordination.

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UN Women [947 kB]
This policy brief highlights emerging evidence of the impact of the r...

This policy brief highlights emerging evidence of the impact of the recent global pandemic of COVID-19 on violence against women and girls. It makes recommendations to be considered by all sectors of society, from governments to international organizations and to civil society organizations in order to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls, at the onset, during, and after the public health crisis with examples of actions already taken. It also considers the economic impact of the pandemic and its implications for violence against women and girls in the long-term.

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UNICEF [745 kB]
UNICEF prioritizes five core programmatic and advocacy actions that a...
UNICEF prioritizes five core programmatic and advocacy actions that appreciate the public health, social and economic consequences of this pandemic. As we learn and adapt over the next months, we approach this note as an iterative global good that we’ll expand and elaborate together.
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SDC [214 kB]
This SDC one-pager gives a quick overview of key gender aspects to ta...

This SDC one-pager gives a quick overview of key gender aspects to take into account in the COVID-19 response in all SDC interventions. If you have specific questions, please get in touch with your SDC Gender Unit! 

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[1.1 MB]

The COVID-19 pandemic has marked the year 2020 and keeps the world at bated breath. This ongoing crisis is not gender neutral and has different impacts on women and men. Below are new publications on this topic.


The UN Women publication “From insights to action: Gender equality in the wake of COVID-19” summarizes the data, research and policy work produced by UN Women on the COVID-19 pandemic’s impact on women and girls, including how it affects extreme poverty, employment, health, unpaid care and violence against women and girls. The report further shows that the pandemic has widened gender and economic inequalities and stresses, and without gender-responsive polices, the COVID-19 crisis threatens hard-won gains. The publication also brings into focus the lack of gender-disaggregated data and appeals for larger investments in and prioritization of data on the gendered effects of the crisis.


The UN Women brief “COVID-19 and ending violence against women and girls: COVID-19 and violence” highlights emerging evidence on the COVID-19 global pandemic’s impact on violence against women and girls. The brief specifies that globally, 243 million women and girls have been subject to sexual or gender-based violence (SGBV) by an intimate partner in the past year. This existing SGBV crisis is likely to worsen in the COVID-19 context. The brief makes recommendations for all sectors of society to consider, from governments to international organizations to civil society organizations, to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls at the onset, during and after the public health crisis, with examples of actions already taken. It also considers the economic impact of the pandemic and its implications for violence against women and girls in the long term.


Another UN Women publication, “Spotlight on gender, COVID-19 and the SDGs: Will the pandemic derail hard-won progress on gender equality?”, presents the latest evidence on the gendered impact of the pandemic, highlights potential and emerging trends, and reflects on the long-term impact of the crisis on the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This publication provides a snapshot of key facts about the topics Sustainable Development Goals and COVID-19. The report also shows that the current crisis is pushing millions of people into extreme poverty. Furthermore, it clearly outlines that the crisis is not gender neutral. The report ultimately stresses that more gender-disaggregated data are needed to show the impact of the crisis more precisely. 


The OECD policy brief “Covid-19 – Women and girls on the frontline” focuses on how to ensure that a gender lens is well-integrated into COVID-19 response, recovery and prevention efforts in development cooperation. The report emphasizes that 70% of health professionals are women, and that women in general face higher risks of both income loss and violence or abuse in the current crisis. In addition, it draws attention to the adaption of existing policies and practices during this pandemic. Polices and action should balance emergency response on the one hand and long-term development on the other. A gender-sensitive approach is also necessary to prevent the exacerbation of existing gender inequalities.

New release in the area of access to finance

Equal access to finance for women and men is globally an issue. Please find a new publication about new entry point and good practices: 

In partnership with the Swiss Agency for Development & Cooperation (SDC), Roots of Impact undertook a feasibility study to explore the opportunity for using SIINC and other Impact-Linked Finance tools to catalyze gender-inclusive FinTechs, focused on furthering women’s economic empowerment and gender equality. In this study the Gender Inclusive FinTech Fund (GIFF) was introduced as a compelling solution for enabling inclusive FinTech companies to be more gender transformative and motivate inclusive ones to become gender focused. It reformats a traditional structured fund with a clearer outcomes orientation from the onset (using a blended structure, from what I understand). For more details you can have a look at the executive summary here.

New releases on gender and data

As already shown above, gender-disaggregated data are necessary to develop gender-sensitive polices, a gender-equal crisis response and sustainable development. Women Deliver has released new developments in the working paper “Advocating for a stronger evidence base for gender equality: An analysis of gender data and knowledge gaps”. This publication is based on desk research and identifies more than 150 gender data and knowledge gaps across nine thematic areas. The desktop research shows some data gaps in the following topics: youth, male and community engagement; the impact of women’s leadership and movements; the emerging role of technology and innovation; private sector and donor responsibilities; the effect of migration and forced displacement; legal frameworks; and the need for cost-benefit analysis. Additionally, the working paper stresses that an intersectional perspective is needed for a sufficient police response, meaning that data should also be collected from other categories, such as age, social status and ethnicity. In conclusion, the following can be said: an expansion of gender- disaggregated data is needed to advance gender equality efforts. 


 
Africa Gender Innovation Lab [1.2 MB]
The below studies highlight evidence from the Africa Gender Innovation Lab and other promising research on mechanisms that can help protect the lives and livelihoods of women and girls—at the household level, in firms and farms, and during adolescence—in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. While these interventions focus on improving economic and social outcomes for women, many of them also have positive impacts for men. In addition to the below strategies, all operations should consider measures to reduce potential violence against women.
 
IASC [395 kB]

This Interim Guidance by the Inter-Agency Standing Committee highlights the importance of integrating the protection from sexual exploitation and abuse (PSEA) into the response to COVID-19. As with any emergency, PSEA prevention and response should be a central part of coordinated humanitarian action. The crisis does not create new responsibilities; rather, PSEA actions during the COVID-19 pandemic should strengthen existing PSEA commitments to protect and assist people receiving humanitarian assistance.

The Guidance recommends action lines to reduce risks, strengthen prevention, establish safe and accessible reporting channels, provide support and protection, and increase coordination.

 
UN Women [947 kB]

This policy brief highlights emerging evidence of the impact of the recent global pandemic of COVID-19 on violence against women and girls. It makes recommendations to be considered by all sectors of society, from governments to international organizations and to civil society organizations in order to prevent and respond to violence against women and girls, at the onset, during, and after the public health crisis with examples of actions already taken. It also considers the economic impact of the pandemic and its implications for violence against women and girls in the long-term.

 
UNICEF [745 kB]
UNICEF prioritizes five core programmatic and advocacy actions that appreciate the public health, social and economic consequences of this pandemic. As we learn and adapt over the next months, we approach this note as an iterative global good that we’ll expand and elaborate together.
 
SDC [214 kB]

This SDC one-pager gives a quick overview of key gender aspects to take into account in the COVID-19 response in all SDC interventions. If you have specific questions, please get in touch with your SDC Gender Unit! 

Relevant Documents

IFPRI - gender sensitive social protection - 2020 - en
TOOL (ES): Género y equidad social durante el COVID19 - Consideraciones claves y orientación
TOOL (FR): Égalité des genrs et équité sociale pendant COVID-19: Considérations clés et orientations_FR
TOOL: Gender and Social Equity During COVID-19 - Key Considerations and Guidance
Girls' Education and COVID-19: What Past Shocks Can Teach Us About Mitigating the Impact of Pandemics
Survey Results: Impact of COVID-19 on SRHR Services
Gender and COVID-19: A Call to Action for the Private Sector
Guidance Note on CEDAW and COVID-19
Global Humanitarian Response-Plan for COVID-19 (incl. GBV-Response!)
TOOL: Survival Kit for Men Under Pressure
TOOL: Gender-based Violence Case Management and the COVID-19 Pandemic
Identifying and Mitigating Gender-based Violence Risks within the COVID-19 Response
TOOL: Addressing Mental Health and Psychosocial Aspects of COVID-19 Outbreak
COVID-19 and Violence Against Women: What the Health Sector Can Do
Key Advocacy Points on Gender and COVID-19 from Asia and the Pacific
UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women: Dialogue on Impact of COVID-19
COVID-19 - A Gender Lense: Protecting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights
Gender Implications of COVID-19 Outbreaks in Development and Humanitarian Settings
Pandemics and Violence Against Women and Children
Interim Guidance on COVID-19: Gender Alert
Women at the Core of the Fight Against COVID-19 Crisis
The Impact of COVID-19 on Women
TOOL: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Toolkit in Crisis and Recovery Settings

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2020-06-26 09:31:35
TOOL (ES): Género y equidad social durante el COVID19 - Consideraciones claves y orientación

2020

2020-05-12 10:48:46
TOOL (FR): Égalité des genrs et équité sociale pendant COVID-19: Considérations clés et orientations_FR

2020

2020-05-12 10:44:21
TOOL: Gender and Social Equity During COVID-19 - Key Considerations and Guidance

2020

2020-05-12 10:37:00
Girls' Education and COVID-19: What Past Shocks Can Teach Us About Mitigating the Impact of Pandemics

2020

2020-05-12 10:05:03
Survey Results: Impact of COVID-19 on SRHR Services

2020

2020-05-04 12:58:07
Gender and COVID-19: A Call to Action for the Private Sector

2020

2020-04-24 15:12:12
Guidance Note on CEDAW and COVID-19

2020

2020-04-24 14:25:39
Global Humanitarian Response-Plan for COVID-19 (incl. GBV-Response!)

2020

2020-04-22 12:06:59
TOOL: Survival Kit for Men Under Pressure

2020

2020-04-22 10:36:23
TOOL: Gender-based Violence Case Management and the COVID-19 Pandemic

2020

2020-04-21 15:35:17
Identifying and Mitigating Gender-based Violence Risks within the COVID-19 Response

2020

2020-04-20 18:09:19
TOOL: Addressing Mental Health and Psychosocial Aspects of COVID-19 Outbreak

2020

2020-04-20 18:03:02
COVID-19 and Violence Against Women: What the Health Sector Can Do

2020

2020-04-20 16:59:53
Key Advocacy Points on Gender and COVID-19 from Asia and the Pacific

2020

2020-04-20 16:41:30
UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women: Dialogue on Impact of COVID-19

2020

2020-04-20 15:21:34
COVID-19 - A Gender Lense: Protecting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

2020

2020-04-20 13:44:01
Gender Implications of COVID-19 Outbreaks in Development and Humanitarian Settings

2020

2020-04-20 13:14:18
Pandemics and Violence Against Women and Children

2020

2020-04-20 12:19:42
Interim Guidance on COVID-19: Gender Alert

2020

2020-04-20 11:15:19
Women at the Core of the Fight Against COVID-19 Crisis

2020

2020-04-20 11:13:43
The Impact of COVID-19 on Women

2020

2020-04-20 11:10:09
TOOL: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Toolkit in Crisis and Recovery Settings

2019

2020-04-20 16:53:10
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International Food Policy Research Institute IFPRI - gender sensitive social protection - 2020 - en IFPRI - gender sensitive social protection - 2020 - en

2020


HELVETAS TOOL (ES): Género y equidad social durante el COVID19 - Consideraciones claves y orientación TOOL (ES): Género y equidad social durante el COVID19 - Consideraciones claves y orientación

2020


HELVETAS TOOL (FR): Égalité des genrs et équité sociale pendant COVID-19: Considérations clés et orientations_FR TOOL (FR): Égalité des genrs et équité sociale pendant COVID-19: Considérations clés et orientations_FR

2020


HELVETAS TOOL: Gender and Social Equity During COVID-19 - Key Considerations and Guidance TOOL: Gender and Social Equity During COVID-19 - Key Considerations and Guidance

2020


Malala Fund Girls' Education and COVID-19: What Past Shocks Can Teach Us About Mitigating the Impact of Pandemics Girls' Education and COVID-19: What Past Shocks Can Teach Us About Mitigating the Impact of Pandemics

2020


IPPF Survey Results: Impact of COVID-19 on SRHR Services Survey Results: Impact of COVID-19 on SRHR Services

2020


Women's Empowerment Principles Gender and COVID-19: A Call to Action for the Private Sector Gender and COVID-19: A Call to Action for the Private Sector

2020


OHCHR Guidance Note on CEDAW and COVID-19 Guidance Note on CEDAW and COVID-19

2020


UN Global Humanitarian Response-Plan for COVID-19 (incl. GBV-Response!) Global Humanitarian Response-Plan for COVID-19 (incl. GBV-Response!)

2020


maenner.ch TOOL: Survival Kit for Men Under Pressure TOOL: Survival Kit for Men Under Pressure

2020


GBV AoR TOOL: Gender-based Violence Case Management and the COVID-19 Pandemic TOOL: Gender-based Violence Case Management and the COVID-19 Pandemic

2020


IASC Identifying and Mitigating Gender-based Violence Risks within the COVID-19 Response Identifying and Mitigating Gender-based Violence Risks within the COVID-19 Response

2020


IASC TOOL: Addressing Mental Health and Psychosocial Aspects of COVID-19 Outbreak TOOL: Addressing Mental Health and Psychosocial Aspects of COVID-19 Outbreak

2020


WHO COVID-19 and Violence Against Women: What the Health Sector Can Do COVID-19 and Violence Against Women: What the Health Sector Can Do

2020


UN Women Key Advocacy Points on Gender and COVID-19 from Asia and the Pacific Key Advocacy Points on Gender and COVID-19 from Asia and the Pacific

2020


UNTF UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women: Dialogue on Impact of COVID-19 UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women: Dialogue on Impact of COVID-19

2020


UNFPA COVID-19 - A Gender Lense: Protecting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights COVID-19 - A Gender Lense: Protecting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

2020


CARE Gender Implications of COVID-19 Outbreaks in Development and Humanitarian Settings Gender Implications of COVID-19 Outbreaks in Development and Humanitarian Settings

2020


CGDEV Pandemics and Violence Against Women and Children Pandemics and Violence Against Women and Children

2020


IASC Interim Guidance on COVID-19: Gender Alert Interim Guidance on COVID-19: Gender Alert

2020


OECD Women at the Core of the Fight Against COVID-19 Crisis Women at the Core of the Fight Against COVID-19 Crisis

2020


UN The Impact of COVID-19 on Women The Impact of COVID-19 on Women

2020


UNDP TOOL: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Toolkit in Crisis and Recovery Settings TOOL: Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment Toolkit in Crisis and Recovery Settings

2019


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