The Women Warriors Fighting COVID-19 at the Frontline: ASHA Workers Left Without Hope

Published By: Amnesty India | Published Date: May, 21 , 2020

Over 90,000 women, the ASHA workers at the community level, are at the centre of the public health system especially in the rural areas have been working non-stop during this pandemic. But they are not only invisible to the nation at large, they are also the most neglected, with no protection equipment with the government classifying them as ‘low risk’.

Author(s): Aswati Warrier | Posted on: May 22, 2020 | Views() | Download (18)


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