Girl-Driven Change: Meeting the Needs of Girls During COVID-19 - CARE

Girl-Driven Change: Meeting the Needs of Adolescent Girls During COVID-19 and Beyond

In light of the global crisis created by the COVID-19 pandemic, this report draws upon available country data from CARE’s work as well as external sources in order to highlight the initial impact of the pandemic on the health, well-being and safety of adolescent girls as well as their access to, and involvement in, essential services. The report also provides examples of program innovations developed during the pandemic to profile the ways in which CARE’s work has been contextualized to address the unique needs of adolescent girls across sectors.

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