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COVID-19: The Turning Point For Pervasive Gender Inequalities & Profound Complex Consequences

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THE LANCET - https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(21)01651-2/fulltext

The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have gone far beyond the disease itself. In addition to the increasing number of COVID-19 deaths, the pandemic has deepened social and economic inequalities.

July 16, 2021 –  These indirect impacts have been compounded by pervasive gender inequalities, with profound consequences, especially for women, girls, and people of diverse gender identities.

There has been an escalation in gender-based violence within households,  increasing risk of child marriages and female genital mutilation,and an increased burden of unpaid care work,  with impacts on mental health.

Communities of people affected by HIV are, again, at the crossroads of injustice and targeted discrimination.


Close the Crisis Gap on Contraception for Women in Crisis Settings

A woman receives health counseling at a women's center in Balukhali camp in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Photo by: Allison Joyce / UN Women / CC BY-NC-ND


By Sarah Rich

14 June 2021 - We know the facts. Contraception saves lives. Access to contraception also allows women and adolescent girls agency over their reproductive decisions. And we know that even in the most challenging of circumstances — such as during crises and conflicts — the right to reproductive self-determination is as true for refugees and other displaced people as it is for women everywhere. 

For women and girls affected by crises like conflict and natural disasters, the need for contraceptive access is particularly acute. They face an increased risk of unintended pregnancy, maternal death and disability, and sexual violence.  

This isn’t new information, though. Since the 2017 London Summit on Family Planning — and even before then — there has been no shortage of evidence and advocacy demonstrating both need and demand for sexual and reproductive health, or SRH, services in humanitarian settings.


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Извор: WUNRN – 02.09.2021


Фискална Транспарентност

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