Diversity and Inclusion

Women on the frontline are being left out of COVID-19 response plans, poll finds

An additional 47 million women worldwide are expected to fall into extreme poverty. Image: REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro - RC23FL9Z2VQG

Anastasia Moloney

Latin America and Caribbean Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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An average of 82% of respondents agreed that women should be more involved with the COVID-19 global response. Image: Focus 2030/Women Deliver

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