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Why we need more female voices while addressing humanitarian crises

Humanitarian crises often disproportionately affect women and girls by affecting access to health care and education, increasing gender-based violence. Image: Unsplash/ @ninnojackjr

Laura Gillespie

Project Fellow – Women’s Health Initiative, World Economic Forum Geneva, Senior Director, Global Health Advocacy, Hologic

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