While fear and uncertainty are natural responses to the coronavirus, we must be guided by facts and solid information. We must stand together in solidarity, fight stigma and discrimination, and ensure that people get the information and services they need.
Dr Natalia Kanem, Executive Director UNFPA, 5 march 2020
Collating and reviewing COVID-19 health sector policies to understand their consideration of gender, equity and human rights
The Heilbrunn Department of Population and Family Health has a digest of news items focused on gender- and SRHR-related issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UN Women and WHO provide the latest data on C-19 cases by sex and age, from around the globe.
A checklist to guide MPs and staff on gender-sensitive options for COVID-19 response and recovery during and beyond the pandemic.
Data2X is monitoring organisations advocating for gender data collection and use worldwide
Real time gender analysis to identify and document the gendered dynamics of COVID-19 and gaps in preparedness and response.
Past epidemics have shown discontinuing healthcare services deemed unrelated to the epidemic resulted in more deaths than did the epidemic itself.
The highest immediate priorities 3 months into the crisis are food, income, and rights
Due to COVID related disruptions, 1.9 million fewer women have been served by MSI’s programmes than originally forecast for Jan – June of 2020.
COVID-19 is endangering the sexual and reproductive health and safety of women and girls and vulnerable people across Europe.
The COVID-19 crisis has demonstrated how social protections can help societies, economies and individuals to cope with shock and crisis.