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“I call the bike my ‘daily warrior’,” says Luz Emilise Lozano, who supervises the La Conchita Flower Farm in Bogotá, Colombia. Luz has avoided the rising costs and health concerns of public transportation during the Covid-19 pandemic thanks to her Buffalo Bicycle. She uses her bike to commute to work, travers the flower farm, and transport goods to the market. “I can put 100 kilos back here. It is my warrior!”
The communities in which we work face a steep climb to recovery from the devastating effects of Covid-19. Existing gender disparities have only increased, leaving women and girls shouldering the greatest burden.
fewer women employed globally in 2021 1
girls will never step foot in a classroom 2
womens’ earnings lost due to Covid-19 3