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Women stand at the front lines of the Covid-19 crisis, and new barriers have emerged with the pandemic By Esinathy Sibanda For us at TheMailOnline it is not just one day of Women's Day, but it should be Women's Day every week, every month and more often. Each year, the International Women’s Day is set aside as a global day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, while also making a call to action for strengthening gender equality and accelerating women’s empowerment. This is a day of celebration that also recognises the women who have come before, laid the groundwork and fought for the rights of all. Empowerment drives further empowerment;