- November 2, 2022
- Posted by: Dream_liner
- Categories: From the WEE community, October Newsletter
Photo Credit: WeProsper
The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic highlight longstanding gender inequities in both unpaid and paid care work—and have brought care to the forefront of social and economic policy dialogues. WeProsper, the Global Women’s Economic Empowerment Hub launched the first report in a two-part series aimed at synthesizing a wide range of existing research and evidence on one aspect of care policies—care services—with a focus on low- and middle- income countries (LMICs).
In the report, WeProsper makes the case for policymakers to take action on and invest in care, as they weigh the full range of COVID-19 recovery measures and other competing investment priorities. You can read the full report Here.