In Chile, data on women’s paid and unpaid work prompt subsidy for working caregivers and inform upcoming national care policy


Chile’s rapid gender assessment (RGA) on the impacts of COVID-19 has contributed to incorporating women’s mental health in an existing health platform, the creation of a subsidy to support working caregivers to young children, as well as a new programme to support women entrepreneurs and boost women’s digital skills. Learn about the section for women that includes information on services for survivors of gender-based violence as well as advice on self-care, pregnancy and co-responsibility for care and domestic work.