We must not let women deal with the pandemic crisis alone!
“If the mother is affected, then all her children are vulnerable.” — Mobina Khatun, 45, Rohingya volunteer in the Ukhiya sector of Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
Every day, Mobina Khatun conducts door-to-door visits with women across Camp 4, providing crucial COVID-19 prevention information. She worries about the impact the pandemic will have on female-headed households in the camps. Because of women’s traditional role as primary caregivers, they are most at risk for infection.
Your donation can support women like Mobina, who are bearing the brunt of the pandemic’s impacts, in communities around the world.
$20 can provide a hygiene kit for a family during the COVID-19 pandemic in Pakistan including masks and hand sanitizer.
$60 can fund the production and distribution of 100 reusable cloth masks across camps and host communities; giving Rohingya and host community women much needed work and infection prevention.
$155 could equip frontline responders with Gender-based violence response kit.
Please give what you can today.