Women's Leadership in and for Health: Accelerating Gender Equality in the Context of COVID-19
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In commemoration of International Women’s Day on March 8, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) coordinated a virtual panel on women’s leadership in and for health from the perspective of diversity and intersectionality, with an emphasis on the health sector. In addition to presenting the current landscape in the Region and the challenges it faces, this report addresses the fundamental pillars for achieving gender equality in times of COVID-19 and makes a number of recommendations to make women’s empowerment a reality as part of sustainable development.
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