COVID-19 has devastated India's self-employed women. Here's how to support them.
Women in the informal economy have been hit by a devastating combination of lost income and an increased need for unpaid care of children and relatives
The Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA) is a trade union of poor, self-employed women in the informal sector of India. It has an urban and rural membership of 1.25 million, of which two-thirds are rural. Its main goals are full employment and the self-reliance of its members and their families.