Gender-Based Violence and COVID-19: The Complexities of Responding to a "Shadow Pandemic" - CARE

Gender-Based Violence and COVID-19: The Complexities of Responding to a “Shadow Pandemic”

While all crisis-affected settings are associated with an increased risk of GBV, there are unique factors about COVID-19 that make it particularly alarming. This brief covers the unique dimensions of GBV and COVID-19.

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