Is being middle income a precondition? The “syndemic” of chronic disease, social inequality, and COVID-19 in LAC
No safer place than home?: The increase in domestic and gender-based violence during COVID-19 lockdowns in LAC
This series aims at drawing from UNDP's own experience and knowledge globally and from the expertise and capacity of our partner think tanks and academic institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean, to promote a collective reflection on the response to the COVID-19 health crisis and its economic and social effects on our societies.
The United Nations Development Program in Latin America and the Caribbean and GRANDATA join forces to help governments and organizations in the region to combat COVID-19, creating a platform that facilitates the analysis of people's movements outside their homes.
Our focus is to help countries in the LAC region build and share solutions in their sustainable development pathways, with inclusive and effective democratic governance, building climate and disaster resilience. In all our activities, we encourage the protection of human rights, capacity development, knowledge and experience-sharing and the empowerment of women.