Accountability International Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Scorecard for Africa

May 21, 2020

Sexual & Gender-Based Violence

“The COVID-19 pandemic is exposing many underlying inequalities in socio-economic systems in Africa, of which sexual and gender-based violence is a primary one. Gender discrimination should be considered in every response to this unprecedented public health crisis. The pandemic is still in its early stages, which allows countries the opportunity to address sexual and gender-based violence, empower women, girls, and LGBTIQ persons, and include them in finding solutions.”

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