Not long after the news of Covid-19 broke around the world, it became clear that it would be a health crisis of pandemic proportions. But it also became apparent early on that there was much more at risk than health.
While men were more likely to die from the virus by the numbers, women have disproportionately experienced the social and economic effects of the pandemic.
Fragile systems and safety nets cracked almost instantly.
Click here to read the full interviews published by The New York Times on 17 November 2020.