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COVID’s Impact on Women and the Private Sector’s Rapid Response

As COVID-19 upended lives, communities, and economies across the world, women and girls have felt a disproportionate impact from the pandemic. Although governments responded with varying degrees of success, some of the most compelling and effective response has come from NGOs and the private sector. This report shares global trends related to COVID-19’s impact on women, CARE’s recommended responses to protect women and girls, and how select private sector actors have responded.

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