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The pandemic has hurt women's health. This is why that's bad for everyone

Healthcare access for women and girls has been disrupted. Image:  Photo by Francisco Venâncio on Unsplash

Amira Ghouaibi

Project Lead, Women’s Health Initiative, World Economic Forum

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The state of gender gaps, by subindex. Percentage of the gender gap closed to date, 2021 Image: World Economic Forum

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