This report deals with three key issues: 1) How key lessons learned from the HIV response should inform COVID-19 responses. 2) How the HIV infrastructure is already driving COVID-19 responses and has the potential to catalyse accelerated progress through shared services and expansion.
During April and May 2020, 59 organisations from 37 countries, responded to the survey “Life in the time of COVID-19”.
This research was conducted in March and April 2020 to explore children and young people’s reflections and perceptions on the COVID-19 outbreak. This study was organised in response to the young people’s continued child activism in the face of personal challenges.
In an effort to prevent the transmission of Covid-19, governments around the world have closed schools. School closures are negatively impacting the well-being of children and young people and, in some contexts, might not be effectively reducing transmission.
Across the world, COVID-19 and resulting isolation measures have taken more than 1.5 billion children out of the classroom.
Criteria for 'WASH in Schools' activity prioritization and school selection, adopted by the Sudan Education Sector as part of broader COVID19 mitigation measures to enable children to return to school and continue their learning in a safe and protective environment.
Based on the Framework for Reopening of Schools, this checklist provides a non-exhaustive list of suggested actions for Government and UNICEF to consider as part of their short and longer term planning for and implementation of school reopening that will support healthy diets and good nutrition i
Using a sample of 1,211 households in Pakistan, the authors examine the effects of COVID-19 on three key domains: education, economic, and health-related. First, during school closures, 66 percent of surveyed households report not using technology for learning at all.
This toolkit provides an overview of the virtual qualitative research tools that the GAGE programme is using in order to understand young people’s experiences under covid-19.