1. COVID-19: UNDP urges swift action to address violence against women and girls during pandemic  UNDP
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  3. Why women are better at combating COVID-19  NEWS9 live
  4. Why more women than men have gotten Covid-19 during lockdown  swissinfo.ch
  5. COVID-19 PANDEMIC: Market women return home after almost 2 months of lockdown  NTVUganda
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Governments across the world must act urgently to prevent and tackle the rising rates of violence against women and girls during the COVID-19 crisis by putting stronger measures in place such as designating shelters and hotlines as emergency services and supporting police and the justice sector during lockdowns.Governments across the world must act urgently to prevent and tackle the rising rates of violence against women and girls during the COVID-19 crisis by putting stronger measures in place such as designating shelters and hotlines as emergency services and supporting police and the justice sector during lockdowns.

COVID-19: UNDP urges swift action to address violence against women and girls during pandemic | UNDP

English Analysis on World about Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Women and Epidemic; published on 15 May 2020 by FAOEnglish Analysis on World about Agriculture, Food and Nutrition, Women and Epidemic; published on 15 May 2020 by FAO

Gendered impacts of COVID-19 and equitable policy responses in agriculture, food security and nutrition - World | ReliefWeb

Data reveals that women represent a more sizeable share of total infections after the lockdown started. What’s behind the phenomenon?Data reveals that women represent a more sizeable share of total infections after the lockdown started. What’s behind the phenomenon?

Why more women than men have gotten Covid-19 during lockdown - SWI swissinfo.ch

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Factors increasing violence against women and children can be interpersonal, societal, individual.Factors increasing violence against women and children can be interpersonal, societal, individual.

Boys exposed to violence likely to become offenders - UN Women

Assessing the impact of COVID-19 on women | The New Times | Rwanda