Prioritizing youth employment and maximizing youth productivity in the COVID-19 recovery process will improve Asia and the Pacific’s future prospects for inclusive and sustainable growth, demographic transition and social stability.
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.
The COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing global economic crisis are on course to reverse years of gains in the reduction and alleviation of poverty, thus drastically undermining global efforts to meet the SDG deadline of eradicating extreme poverty by 2030.
The COVID-19 pandemic has induced a deep economic crisis that may provoke another financial crisis. Yet, in the middle of the financial turmoil over the past few months, banks have been a source of resilience.
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...