Inclusive COVID-19 Programming
By Sian and 2 others3 authors24 articles
Are there sex and gender differences in COVID-19 infection and mortality?
How are differences in workplace composition contributing to different experiences of COVID-19?
How are existing power dynamics contributing to different experiences of COVID-19?
Are women and girls at increased risk of domestic violence because of COVID-19?
How could decreases in key services affect women and men differently?
Are there likely to be gendered differences in mental health conditions associated with COVID-19?
What nationwide measures can countries take to reduce the differential gender impact of COVID-19?
What are some practical ideas for making COVID-19 programmes more inclusive?
What other resources are there on gender and COVID-19?
Why should we include people with disabilities and older adults in the COVID-19 response?
Are people with disabilities and older adults at a higher risk during the COVID-19 pandemic?
What do we know in general about disability, ageing and WASH access?
What specific barriers might people with disabilities, older adults and older adults with disabilities face in relation to handwashing with soap?
How can we ensure people with disabilities, older adults, older adults with disabilities and their caregivers are included in all COVID-19 hygiene promotion programmes?
How can organisations assess whether COVID-19 response programmes are inclusive?
Are indigenous populations particularly vulnerable to COVID-19?
Why are indigenous people at increased risk of COVID-19 morbidity and mortality?
Why are indigenous populations often left out of outbreak responses?
What are the secondary impacts of COVID-19 in indigenous communities?
How can indigenous populations be considered within COVID-19 response programmes?
What COVID-19 preventative actions can be implemented to reduce transmission in indigenous communities?