Gender Inequality

Mothers have been some of the worst affected by COVID-19. Here’s how to help them

Women with young children have been among the biggest casualties of the economic lockdowns. Image: REUTERS/Eva Plevier - RC2HDJ9U715C

Kristalina Georgieva

Managing Director, International Monetary Fund

Stefania Fabrizio

Deputy Division Chief, International Monetary Fund

Diego B. P. Gomes

Analyst, Strategy, Policy, and Review Department, International Monetary Fund

Marina M. Tavares

Economist, International Monetary Fund

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Despite differences, all three countries shared one thing in common: mothers of young children have been disproportionately affected by the lockdown. Image: IMF
In all countries, mothers have been hardest. Image: IMF
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