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Covid-19: What implications for sexual and reproductive health and rights globally?

April 9, 2020

Evidence from past epidemics suggest that sexual and reproductive health and rights are highly impacted, with strained system capacity, deprioritisation of SRH needs, and heightened health risks for vulnerable groups. This paper summarizes the range of issues emerging on SRH in the Covid-19 pandemic.

Care for Farmers & Fisherfolks

Vrutti’s response to COVID-19

Vrutti is working with farmers, fisherfolk, and marginalised communities in selected locations across seven states.join hands with Vrutti in their  endeavour to support the communities who feed us with farm produce, fish and services that make our lives run.
Julia Hussein (2020) COVID-19: What implications for sexual and reproductive health and rights globally?, Sexual and Reproductive Health Matters, 28:1, 1746065, DOI: 10.1080/26410397.2020.1746065

https://doi.org/10.1080/26410397.2020.1746065

 

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COVIDActionCollab is not merely an aggregation of partners, but is an aggregation of capacities, through which we have developed key high impact initiatives. We have drawn upon our one year’s experience at CAC and engagement with our large constituency of partners to put together a menu of initiatives for funders/investors to support which will save lives and livelihoods, and enable vulnerable communities to 'bounce forward’. Support these initiatives to build resilient communities