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  • Strengthen gender mainstreaming in WHO ́s pandemic preparedness and response

    POLICY PAPER
    RELEASED: 26 OCTOBER 2020

    SUGGESTED CITATION:

    Gender and COVID-19 Project and Women in Global Health. Sumegha Asthana, Sara E Davies, Roopa Dhatt, Ann Keeling, Arush Lal, Alexandra Phelan, Maike Voss and Clare Wenham (October 2020) Strengthen gender mainstreaming in WHO ́s pandemic preparedness and response, Policy Brief.

    Women in Global Health and the Gender & COVID-19 project view the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response (IPPPR) and the Review Committee of International Health Regulations (IHR) as important opportunities to consider both the World Health Organization (WHO) and states’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic from a gender perspective. We must recognize the disproportionate impact that the pandemic has had on women, non-binary and other marginalized groups, and ensure that efforts to improve capacity for global pandemic prevention, preparedness, response and recovery mitigate these very real effects.

    https://www.genderandcovid-19.org/wp...d-response.pdf
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