The series titled “ICT-based Responses to COVID-19 of Korea” is developed in order to share experiences of how the Korean Government responds to infectious diseases such as COVID-19 by utilizing digital government and ICT.
Focusing on remote education, remote work, smart city resilience and Korea's digital pillar called Digital New Deal that accelerates the transition towards a digital economy through a stronger integration of Data, Networks, and AI (DNA)
Using dBrain, the government’s Financial Management Information Systems (FMIS) platform, to ensure the continuity of public financial management operations and the delivery of public services during COVID-19 crisis
Experts talk about public health responses (governance, the emergency operation center, online/mobile services for disseminating pandemic-related information, etc.) and the contact tracing system in detail
In addition to its immediate adverse impact on women’s and girls’ health and education, the COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to further exacerbate existing gender inequalities in economic opportunities across Sub-Saharan Africa.
This module is designed to help understand how Korea managed persons under self-quarantine in the fight against COVID-19. The management of persons under self-quarantine is the most critical activity...
Covering Korea’s efforts to ensure learning continuity, provide infrastructure support to universities, and introduce new policies and regulations to support students and institutions through the pandemic.