Humanity needs leadership and solidarity to defeat the coronavirus.
This #GraphForThought zooms into the LAC region to see how key NCDs and NCD risk factors have been changing in recent decades—setting the stage for potentially elevated COVID-19 risk.
Partnerships with local community members and civil society have truly given a kind human face to the complex work of turning a rapidly growing city into a sustainable urban environment.
In order to gather a regional picture on how gender-based and domestic violence trends may be changing in LAC countries in the wake of the pandemic, this #GraphForThought collated monthly 2019 and 2020 data on call volume to helplines.
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38%

of the population are considered vulnerable

80%

of the population lives in urban areas

37%

of all legislators and senior officials are female

40%

of the people in the region feel safe

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