UN agencies, including UNFPA and UN Women, have been continuously working with the Government of Indonesia to integrate gender-responsive approaches into humanitarian actions.
Explore the models that have been used to assess the potential impact of disruptions to essential health services caused by the pandemic from conditions other than COVID-19 illness. Module One focuses on the effects on health services and societal mechanisms related to sexual, reproductive, maternal, new-born, child, and adolescent health, as well as child survival and nutrition.
Learn about the responses taken by governments worldwide to tackle the pandemic, including those that have integrated a gender lens. This tracker captures two types of government responses: women’s participation in COVID-19 task forces and national policy measures taken by governments. It analyses which of the policy measures address women’s economic and social security, including unpaid care work, the labour market, and violence against women. The tracker can provide guidance for policymakers and evidence for advocates to ensure a gender-sensitive COVID-19 policy response.