Analyse de mobilité pendant la COVID-19 au Togo

Mar 03 2021

Dans la riposte contre la COVID-19, le gouvernement Togolais décida d’instaurer des mesures de restriction de mobilité pour éviter la propagation du virus. L’analyse suivante se sert de sources de données innovantes pour caractériser les changements des tendances de mobilité qui ont suivi la mise en place de ces mesures. En l’occurrence, l’analyse se concentre sur les données de mobilité … Read More

Rapid Assessment of Covid-19 Impact and Roadmap for Recovery in Liberia

Mar 03 2021

This report presents the Rapid Assessment of the Socio- economic impact of COVID-19 and the Roadmap for Recovery in Liberia. It has been produced by the United Nations Country Team (UNCT) in Liberia, in collaboration with the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP), and Development Partners. Through this exercise, the United Nations (UN), Government and Partners have sought to … Read More

Analyse synthétique des effets principaux de la COVID au Togo

Mar 03 2021

C’est dans ce contexte, et s’appuyant sur la stratégie dedonnées du Togo lancée en 2019, que le Programme desNations Unies pour le développement (PNUD) au Togo fait recours à Data-Pop Alliance (DPA) pour aider les autorités et la société togolaises à faire face à la COVID-19. Afin d’identifier les impacts de la pandémie de COVID-19 au Togo, le PNUD, en … Read More

Socioeconomic Assessment of the Impacts and Implications of COVID-19 in South Sudan

Mar 03 2021

This paper assesses both the direct and indirect effects of the pandemic and, weaving together the forementioned triple transitions, identifies implications for the donor community, including the UN System. First it looks at macroeconomic and fiscal prospects, noting a dearth of options in the absence of sustained structural changes (Section 2); then at the effects of COVID-19 on human development … Read More

Socioeconomic Impact Assessment of COVID-19 in Equatorial Guinea

Jan 21 2021

This publication compiles extensive work focused on understanding the effects of COVID-19 in Equatorial Guinea and coordinating a response based on 5 pillars: i) putting health first, ii) protecting people through social protection and basic services, iii) promoting social cohesion and community resilience, iv) supporting the macroeconomic response and multilateral collaboration. All with the objective of advancing towards the Sustainable … Read More