Ebola and Gender Resources

RinGs Steering Commitee , 2015

Photo of cover Ebola affects men and women differently. Apart from pregnancy related risks, due to different social roles, particularly those related to paid and unpaid care work, women often find themselves at increased risk of being infected with Ebola. If we are to comprehend the spread and nature of the epidemic, it is important to understand how gender dynamics contribute to and characterise the disease.

This document complies a list of resources to help explore this topic further. They include a selection of policy briefs/ reports, academic articles, newspaper articles, blog posts, and websites. Click on the link below to download the PDF.

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