How Budget 2022 should address the needs of vulnerable women


The Covid pandemic is not just a health crisis, but indirectly contributes to many other issues, including the rise of domestic violence and abuse, in which women are more affected.

Studies have also found that fewer women than men will regain employment during and after the pandemic.

BFM speaks to Petra Gimbad and Joanne Yeoh, both from the Gender Budget Group, to find out how Budget 2022 should tackles these and other issues.

Produced and presented by: Dashran Yohan

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