Showing all Events in Covid 19

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    The impact of COVID-19 in India and pathways to recovery

    The impact of COVID-19 on labour markets – 5 May 2021 https://youtu.be/xK2bszyM72E The economic impact of COVID-19 on households – 6 May 2021 https://youtu.be/HVylhfZ-WIw The impact of COVID-19 on health and wellbeing – 7 May 2021 https://youtu.be/OL_KsiwJYUs

    5–7 May 2021

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    Growth reset: Renewing focus on sustainability in developing countries

     You can also listen to the audio event recording here: IGC Admin · Growth reset: Renewing focus on sustainability in developing countries The planet had already warmed by around 1.2°C since pre-industrial times when the World Health Organization officially declared COVID-19 a pandemic. This led to an unprecedented drop in human and economic activity and has...

    28 April 2021

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    Accelerating gender equality in India post-COVID

     To mark International Women’s Day 2021, we explore how India can adopt more gender inclusive policy planning and implementation to manage the impact of COVID-19. This event is part of the LSE Festival: Shaping the Post-COVID World running from Monday 1 to Saturday 6 March 2021, with a series of events exploring the direction the world could and should be...

    5 March 2021

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    Powering up energy investments in fragile states

    Over 800 million people worldwide have no access to electricity. More than 8 out of 10 of them live in fragile states. Scaling up energy access is critical to power the economic opportunities needed to lift people out of poverty and escape fragility, and to achieve the SDGs. Energy investments can support recovery from COVID-19 in fragile states and set these...

    24 February 2021

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    Putting farmers first

    This year the pandemic has resulted in a wave of disruptions across people’s lives and their livelihood. And in recent times the focus on the agriculture sector in India has been of particular interest due to the impact of lockdown and the new agricultural reforms. There is a conundrum observed around the recent announcements of agriculture reforms with regard to the...

    21 December 2020

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    Firms’ resilience innovation and technology

    The Private Sector Development Research Network (PSDRN) invites you to a 2-day virtual conference on ‘Firms’ Resilience, Innovation and Technology', on the 10th and 11th December, 2020. This year, the PSDRN conference focuses on resilience, innovation and technology in the private sector — relating to private firms, investors, and markets — and discusses key...

    10–11 December 2020

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    Amman’s COVID-19 urban response: Lessons and outlook

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vGsVq7B0IWA The International Growth Centre (IGC) and the Greater Amman Municipality (GAM) host a webinar that examines the response of Amman to the spread of COVID-19 and provides academic evidence on the role of planning for urban resilience, as well as exploring challenges and opportunities for recovery. This online event brings in...

    7 December 2020

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    Placing cities at the centre of Africa’s COVID-19 recovery

    The on-going COVID19 pandemic has made clear the inequalities in infrastructure and institutions across the world – the heaviest burden often resting with developing cities. Housing is overcrowded and unsuitable for social distancing, there are difficulties in facilitating a coordinated response to containment measures, and poor service delivery of necessities like...

    28 October 2020

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    Supporting a resilient recovery in fragile environments post-COVID-19

    The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed many vulnerabilities and inequities in the world, but has also created an unprecedented window of opportunity for countries to ‘build back better’ to tackle underlying weaknesses, combat climate change, and set a course for more sustainable and inclusive growth. The World Bank Group Annual Meetings 2020 are centred around the...

    16 October 2020

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    Enhancing local revenue mobilisation post-COVID-19

    Ghana practises a decentralised form of governance where administrative and financial decisions are devolved to the local governments. Within this framework, local governments have the autonomy to internally generate funds (IGFs) from a range of sources to deliver on their mandates. Over the years, however, the local governments have been overly dependent on central...

    8 October 2020