Women 'on precipice' in developing countries amid COVID-19

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Women 'on precipice' in developing countries amid COVID-19

In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Rebecca Nakamanya works at a restaurant near a bus terminal in capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Grace Twisimire, 25, sits in her once-thriving shop selling clothes and plastic shoes in the capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Rebecca Nakamanya, right, and colleague Namara Grace, center, work at a restaurant near a bus terminal in capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Grace Twisimire, 25, sits in her once-thriving shop selling clothes and plastic shoes in the capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Rebecca Nakamanya, left, and colleague Namara Grace, right, work at a restaurant near a bus terminal in capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Grace Twisimire, 25, adjust the display of plastic shoes for sale in her once-thriving shop in the capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)

Women 'on precipice' in developing countries amid COVID-19

In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Rebecca Nakamanya works at a restaurant near a bus terminal in capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Grace Twisimire, 25, sits in her once-thriving shop selling clothes and plastic shoes in the capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Rebecca Nakamanya, right, and colleague Namara Grace, center, work at a restaurant near a bus terminal in capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Grace Twisimire, 25, sits in her once-thriving shop selling clothes and plastic shoes in the capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Rebecca Nakamanya, left, and colleague Namara Grace, right, work at a restaurant near a bus terminal in capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
In this photo taken Saturday, June 20, 2020, Grace Twisimire, 25, adjust the display of plastic shoes for sale in her once-thriving shop in the capital Kampala, Uganda. The COVID-19 pandemic means that millions of women in Africa and other developing regions could lose years of success in contributing to household incomes, asserting their independence and expanding financial inclusion. (AP Photo/Ronald Kabuubi)
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