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Gendered Precarity in the Lockdown
This study was conducted to capture the experiences of women in the informal economy and build an understanding of the gendered consequences of the national lockdown aimed at preventing the spread of COVID-19.
SEWA Samvaad 2020: Bridging the Digital Divide for Women in the Informal Economy
Bridging the gendered digital divide in the informal economy
SEWA Samvaad 2020 Resilience and Women Micro-Entrepreneurs: COVID-19 and Beyond
Resilience and women entrepreneurs: COVID-19 and beyond
Bark Worse Than Bite: Fears Around the COVID Vaccine(Summary)
The study, through 1500 pariticipants aimed to understand the attitude, perception, misconception, fear, and widespread myths women in the informal economy have about the vaccine.
Impact of the Second Wave and Lockdown on SEWA’s Informal Sector Women : A Short Summary
This exploration aimed to understand the impact the second wave of the pandemic and the consequent 2021 lockdown brought about on SEWA members of the informal economy; with reference to their livelihoods, savings, and income, their experience with the COVID - testing and vaccination and other facets of their life which have been affected by the pandemic.
Bark Worse Than Bite: Fears Around the COVID Vaccine: Full Report
Understanding the attitude, perception, misconception, fear, and widespread myths among the informal women workers about the vaccine