Novel coronavirus (191) Guidance for remote rural communities (6) Global review of social protection responses to COVID19

23 March, 2020

I'd like to make a comment on Carol Tyroler's post on March 21st regarding a World Bank blog article about the social protections that low income countries are providing to their people during COVID-19. [http://www.hifa.org/dgroups-rss/novel-coronavirus-175-guidance-remote-ru...

That blog had a few other links, so I checked them out. One was a blog by another World Bank researcher named Ugo Gentilini (http://www.ugogentilini.net/). He is publishing a weekly newsletter listing and explaining all new social programs being provided globally -- the first publication is available here: http://www.ugogentilini.net/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/global-review-of-.... It is such a useful resource for us all to draw from, and use in our own advocacy to government representatives. I highly recommend signing up to receive the newsletter if you are interested in the social and economic aspects of this pandemic worldwide.

Stay safe out there.

HIFA profile: Amelia Abdelrazik is the Portfolio & Impact Manager at Preston-Werner Ventures, a San Francisco-based foundation looking to create scalable impact at the intersection of climate change and social justice. Amelia specializes in sexual reproductive health and rights, focusing on family planning information & access. She is currently based in Cairo, Egypt. She is a member of the HIFA working group on Family Planning and the HIFA wg on Community Health Workers.

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