NEW: COVID-19 and gender monitor

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As soon as the pandemic hit, we started conducting rapid gender assessment surveys to ascertain the effect of COVID-19 on women and girls. The Asia-Pacific region and Europe and Central Asia have just released reports to share their findings.
Visit the COVID-19 landing page for the latest data and resources from UN Women.


UN Women is rolling out rapid assessment surveys to quickly capture the gendered consequences of COVID-19. The surveys have been distributed among millions of people and are showing that women and men are experiencing the effects of the pandemic differently.

COVID-19 Survey

Emerging Data

UN Women has been closely following the political and economic response to COVID-19 and its impact on women and girls. UN Women and WHO have joined forces to bridge the gender data gap and provide latest available data on COVID-19 cases by sex and age

Emerging Data

Violence: A Shadow Pandemic

Emerging data suggests that since the outbreak of COVID-19, violence against women has intensified. See how UN Women is responding.

Violence: A Shadow Pandemic

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