Implications of coronavirus on financing for sustainable development
DI Executive Director Harpinder Collacott summarises the possible impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on global development - including projections for extreme poverty, the future of different forms of financing, and the countries likely to be most impacted.
This presentation was originally given as part of the webinar Financing for Sustainable Development: ODA in the Context of Covid-19. This session was jointly hosted by DI, Oxfam and the UN Foundation, and Harpinder's presentation that would later be published as the briefing Covid-19 and financing projections for developing countries.
Socioeconomic impacts of Covid-19 in Kenya
How has coronavirus impacted housing, transport, food security and the labour force in Kenya? This paper looks at government measures initiated in these areas.
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?
Why do coronavirus-related poverty projections vary so widely?
This podcast explores why the differences in coronavirus poverty projections exist, focusing on three models that are making headlines at the moment.