The best ways to get girls and women back on track, says O’Donnell of the Center for Global Development, are “cash, care…

The best ways to get girls and women back on track, says O’Donnell of the Center for Global Development, are “cash, care, and data.”

Rich countries should immediately put money into people’s pockets; they should prioritize paying for child care and encouraging men to share the burden; and they should strengthen data collection and analysis, to bring problems into clearer focus. If one thing is apparent, O’Donnell says, it’s that “the economic impact of this crisis is going to long outlast the direct health effect.”

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📷: Nichole Sobecki for @businessweek

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