As she says goodbye to a group of her friends, Esther Ishabakaki asks whether any of them knows a good tailor who might be interested in joining her newly-opened clothing business. It’s a venture she started three months ago after quitting her farming venture.
While the coronavirus does not discriminate, its impact does. And the needs of?survivors of sexual violence in conflict “cannot be put on pause, and neither can the response” during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The Covid-19 pandemic has spread across the world. Although the numbers of infections and deaths vary between countries, they are increasing dramatically in some places, threatening people’s health as well as the basis of their economic and social lives.