Rapid Gender Analysis during COVID-19 Pandemic: Mekong Sub-Regional Report

This unprecedented crisis unfolds against many existing challenges including persistent gender inequalities, existing inequalities in access to health, weak health infrastructures, and a high risk of secondary disasters in the region. COVID-19 presents a range of contextual challenges, that will have a greater impact on the most vulnerable, such as for migrant workers, indigenous and ethnic minorities, refugees and internally displaced peoples, migrants, urban slum-dwellers, and people working in the informal sector. As with all crises, women and children are disproportionately impacted.

The purpose of this Rapid Gender Analysis during COVID-19 is to analyse and better understand the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on women, men, girls, boys and specific at-risk groups in the Mekong region.

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Field Value
Document type Reports, journal articles, and research papers (including theses and dissertations)
Language of document
  • English
Topics
  • Gender
  • Pandemics
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Cambodia
  • Lao People's Democratic Republic
  • Myanmar
  • Thailand
  • Viet Nam
Copyright Yes
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Version / Edition 2020
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Contact

Authors: CARE Australia, Global Programs and Partnerships: Athena Nguyen, Jordan Hoffmann, Laura Baines, Ratha Ra, Rebecca Elias. Christina Haneef, Emergency Response Specialist - Gender in Emergencies, Rapid Response Team, CARE Canada.

The views in this Rapid Gender Analysis are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily represent those of CARE or its programmes, Government or any other partners.

Co-author (coorporate) CARE Australia, Global Programs and Partnerships, and Gender in Emergencies, Rapid Response Team, CARE Canada
Publisher CARE, UNICEF and UN Women
Publication date 2020
Pagination 49
Keywords Gender analysis,COVID-19,Coronavirus
Date uploaded October 8, 2020, 01:47 (UTC)
Date modified October 8, 2020, 02:20 (UTC)