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Defining the Practices that Harm Women & Girls & Undermine Equality - State of the World's Population 2020

Direct Link to Full 164-Page 2020 Publication:

UNFPA_PUB_2020_EN_State_of_World_Population.pdf

DEFINING THE PRACTICES THAT HARM WOMEN & GIRLS & UNDERMINE EQUALITY

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Human Rights & Gender Equality during Public Emergencies as the COVID-19 Pandemic

When emergency measures and #humanrights restrictions are gender-blind, women end up being harmed the most. ODIHR's new guide helps fill these gaps and prevent further discrimination.

In crisis situations, pre-existing patterns of discrimination, marginalization and vulnerability are exacerbated. Women and men, girls and boys experience the effects of the crisis itself, and of the extraordinary measures taken to counter it, in very different ways. Natural disasters, such as the devastating tsunamis, hurricanes and earthquakes of the past decade, have shown that women are at much higher risk of death from the immediate event, and also that their economic vulnerability increases in the aftermath.2 Distribution of relief aid often fails to consider gender differences, denying women access to key resources.

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Men, Sex, Gender & COVID-19

Are men more at risk of infection?

Across the countries where data is available, Global Health 50/50 finds there is no consistent pattern in terms of who is more likely to be diagnosed with COVID-19. A confirmed diagnosis means that a laboratory test has been undertaken. In other words, globally there are almost equal numbers of infected cases amongst men and women. We have no evidence from these national survey data that men are more likely to become infected than women.

This pattern has also been seen in data collated by the World Health Organization, which shows that there is little difference in the reported numbers of confirmed cases in men and in women. Among over 700,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported to WHO by April 18th 2020, there are almost equal numbers of cases in men and women (sex ratio of M:F cases = 1.03:1). The sex ratio varies with age. In both the younger (20-29 year old) and older (80 years and older) age groups, there are more cases in women than men.

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