Gendered experience of close-to-community providers in fragile and shock-prone settings – global document review
The aim of this review is to examine relevant existing global literature on close-to-community providers during the COVID-19 pandemic in fragile and shock-prone settings, applying a critical gender, equity and justice lens. This provides a wide understanding of the gendered experiences of CTC providers during COVID-19 pandemic at the global level.
The review is part of a wider study – The gendered experience of close-to-community providers in fragile and shock-prone settings: implications for policy and practice during and post COVID-19. Details and related outputs and resources can be found here.