2020•10•22 Kuala Lumpur
22 October 2020
Thank you to all who came to the event and asked such interesting and thought-provoking questions.
Amaya shared some interesting finding on how community engagement can be leveraged upon to reduce the adverse impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on women in low- and middle-income countries. She concluded with a list of actionable plans to improve and implement policy response from a gender perspective.
UNU-IIGH is embarking on a collaborative research agenda-setting exercise for Gender and COVID-19 as part of Gender and Health Policy Hub’s inaugural scope of work. The concept note is available HERE. Almost 400 stakeholders have signed up so far, with 60% representation from low and middle-income countries. You can read more about this exercise HERE.
If you are interested in being a part of this exercise, please fill in this FORM.