The COVID-19 Socioeconomic Recovery Data Insights Platform pulls together data from the UN system, nonprofit partners, academia, development partners and countries around the world. Interactive tools provide unique opportunities for data analysis, insights identification, and collaboration around strategies and solutions. Analytics and data presented will dynamically evolve, responding to different questions that arise as the situation changes.
COVID-19 threatens to undo many of the gains on gender equality over the past 25 years. In 2021, it is expected there will be 118 women in poverty for every 100 poor men globally, and this could rise by 2030. With bold policies to boost women’s economic empowerment, we can reduce poverty and advance progress across the SDGs. Investments in care services, education and skills are critical for economies of the future.
The COVID-19 crisis has delayed many countries’ efforts to advance the process to revise their climate pledges (NDCs) under the Paris Agreement. At the same time, many are seizing the opportunity to leverage NDC processes to guide green recovery and sustainable development.
Social protection is an important investment to advance human development and create access for everyone to quality basic services, including universal health care. Three things help drive action on social protection: first, go beyond income to understand who to target; second, create fiscal space to invest in social protection; third, make digital the default.
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The UN framework for immediate socio-economic response to support countries and societies in the face of COVID-19 includes five streams of work for an integrated support package. The platform is organized into below themes following the framework:
Protecting health services and systems during the crisis.
Social protection and basic services
Protecting jobs, small and medium-sized enterprises, and the informal sector workers
A clear understanding of various channels of economic impact.
Social dialogue and political engagement grounded on fundamental human rights.