“During a crisis women keep their families safe”
Erin Law is a member of the IFRC and works as a global Zika advisor. She has led the response to the Zika outbreak in the Caribbean and Americas and built capacity in disaster preparedness, health literacy and behavior change. She joined the movement in 2013 and was stationed in South Africa until 2016. Then she moved to Panama to support the national Red Cross Society. During the summer of 2019 she was involved in the hurricane response in the Bahamas.
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IFRC, 2013

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7 young women for every 10 young men complete upper secondary school in low-income countries. If we want more future female leaders, we need to close the gender gap in education.

– UN Women

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