In a policy brief released in the early stages of the COVID pandemic in June 2020, the Evidence Consortium on Women’s Groups (ECWG) examined the implications of the pandemic and the lockdown for women’s groups.
What have we learned since then? How has the COVID pandemic affected women’s groups, and how have these groups helped mitigate the negative consequences of the health crisis?
Join the ECWG on April 13 at 9 a.m. EDT for a discussion on women’s groups and COVID, with the Africa Centre for Systematic Reviews, the American Institutes for Research, the Population Council, and the World Bank.
The ECWG will present the findings of two new reports on the impacts of COVID on women’s groups in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa, followed by a panel discussion on the implications and policy recommendations for development organizations and governments.
Thomas de Hoop
Principal Economist, American Institutes for Research
Associate, Population Council
Palliative Care Epidemiologist & Systematic Reviewer, Africa Centre for Systematic Reviews and Knowledge Translation
Social Development Specialist, World Bank
Economic Researcher, American Institutes for Research