Covid Links I Liked

April 13, 2020

     By Duncan Green     

Well this might work….

Have you tried turning it off and on again?

The floodgates are opening for Covid research and advice, especially on impact and response in poor countries (has anyone put together a round-up of roundups? I’m drowning)

On Impact and Response

Arundhati Roy’s absolutely gripping portrayal of India’s crisis

Bangladesh sends food aid to sex workers

A measured and balanced Reuters Special Report on the UK’s handling of the Pandemic – has a first draft of history feel about it, ahead of the inevitable enquiries

How Will the Coronavirus Reshape Democracy and Governance Globally?

How are International Development Agencies Responding

Drinking during quarantine

Quarantine ht Javier Gacio

On advice:

Faced with COVID-19, the Humanitarian System Should Rethink its Business Model.

Poverty guru Martin Ravallion on the virus and poor people in the world

Five ideas on how to ease the impact of COVID-19 lockdowns in Kenya

On research:

The OECD States of Fragility platform now features a dedicated page with data, vis & analysis on the situation in fragile contexts + forthcoming publications

The Social Science in Humanitarian Action site has a good set of links to emerging research on Covid

April 13, 2020
Duncan Green