Humanity needs leadership and solidarity to defeat the coronavirus.
Honduras and UNDP joined forces in the first transfer programme that targets the most vulnerable population using exclusively a multidimensional approach.
This #GraphForThought explores the spread of false COVID-19 information in LAC and reflects on how it may interact with the region’s existing structural deficits in trust in institutions.
An agenda to advance towards just, inclusive and, resilient societies.
Resilient people, communities, municipalities, and nations are not built overnight. It required at all levels of governance and political commitment.
By Sandra García Jaramillot, University of Los Andes. How can the impacts of Covid-19 on education in the region, be addressed?

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80%

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