Promoting a female labour force in Malaysia and China

THE COVID-19 pandemic has caused much economic and social hardship, including an increase in domestic violence compounded by limited mobility and social isolation.

As some women are forced to lock themselves up at home with their abusers, they are socially fragile and experience conflict and have a limited ability to overcome their situation.

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