Thursday, July 1, 2021

Reimaging Primary Health Care After COVID-19, and Everyone is at risk from COVID-19, but all have not suffered equally. July 2021

 

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REPLAY: Inequality under the COVID-19 Pandemic

 

Everyone is at risk from COVID-19, but all have not suffered equally. Early indications point to an unequal pattern of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, posing significant risks to long-term equity and social mobility. Our event discussed challenges and included presentations on the latest World Bank research on the pandemic’s effects on inequality, including labor markets and gender impacts. If you missed the event live, you can catch a replay here!

 



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Reimagining primary health care after COVID-19

 

Strong primary health care (PHC) saves lives and money, and makes health systems work better for all people. However, the current COVID-19 crisis has exacerbated pre-existing weaknesses and inflicted devastating health and economic costs. A new World Bank report calls for significant investment in primary health care in developing countries.

 


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