Adapting aid to end poverty: Delivering the commitment to leave no one behind in the context of Covid-19
This report calls for us to refocus ODA (aid) in the context of Covid-19, shifting the ‘leave no one behind’ agenda from inclusive growth to inclusive recovery. It analyses changes to poverty and how the pandemic has impacted finance vital to the poorest people.Read Online Downloads
Read analysis and recommendations for how to refocus ODA (aid) and other resources in the context of Covid-19 (coronavirus) to ensure we leave no one behind.Read the executive summary
Covid is re-shaping our understanding of poverty. To deliver the Decade of Action for the SDGs, we must focus ODA on places most at risk of being left behind.Read chapter one
A worsening poverty landscape with Covid-19
Learn about the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on poverty and inequality, with a focus on the least developed countries and those disadvantaged by gender inequality and climate change.Read chapter two
Covid-19 and its impact on the financing landscape
Learn about the impact of the pandemic on development finance, with analysis of ODA (aid) and other international and domestic finance, and the financing gaps for short- and long-term needs.Read chapter three
We must close the gap between the poorest people and the rest, build human capital and resilience, to ensure our recovery from the pandemic is inclusive and sustained.Read chapter four
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Covid-19 and financing projections for developing countries
This briefing unpacks projections on the likely impact of Covid-19 on financing for developing countries. How can this inform the response to ensure no one is left behind?
How is Covid impacting people living in poverty worldwide?
Use interactive charts and analysis of key trends to explore how the Covid-19 pandemic is affecting people living in poverty at the global, regional and national levels, as well as inequality within countries. What makes certain groups vulnerable to its impacts?
What impact will Covid-19 have on development finance?
This podcast expands on our latest projections of the impact Covid-19 will have on development finance, including all forms of finance from direct investment and domestic revenue to tourism receipts and remittances.